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Time passes and many things change, others 
stay the same. In this edition of the Sea Gull, we 
have tried to represent changes by using pen and 
ink sketches in a style new to our yearbook. We 
have tried to express those feelings that never 
change in the quotations from Robert Frost found 
on each division page. 

Each girl has different recollections of this year 
at Gulf Park and we hope that the 1964 SEA 
GULL includes all the happiest ones. 

Chris ti Angelo 
EDITOR 




Dedicated to 
The High School 

When one thinks of the High School, perhaps the 

two words most readily associated with it are 

enthusiasm and loyalty. Enthusiasm builds the 

spirit of a school, while loyalty strengthens what 

a school stands for. Because it possesses these 

qualities, the High School has done much to make 

Gulf Park mean as much as it does to each student. 

Although with the 1965 graduation of this year's 

freshman class will come the discontinuing of 

the High School, the effects of the High School 

spirit will always be a part of Gulf Park, 

and for this reason we dedicate the 

1964 SEA GULL to the Hi?h School. 



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Education 

"We dance round 

in a ring and suppose, 

But the Secret sits 

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President James 



The President's Message 

STUDENTS of all ages have looked upon 
school days as preparation for later life. While 
this purpose is inherent, students have found also 
that school days involve living in the present as 
well as preparing for the future. Multiplied 
memories of happy associations, of joys and per- 
plexities, of despairs and triumphs, and of pleasur- 
able moments accumulate during the years that 
one studies to make later life better. 

The school year represented by this issue of SEA 
GULL was unusual for Gulf Park. Enrollment was 
at its historic high, over a fourth larger than the 
year before. The year began under duress and the 
heroic response of students and staff members to 



living in a four-mile distant motel, riding the bus 
to the campus, eating portable-kitchen-prepared 
food under quickly erected army tents — these 
improvisations and the spirit in which they were 
carried out will long be remembered. Then the 
new dining room and kitchen and an air-condi- 
tioned dormitory. 

Life's enjoyments come from the ordinary and 
usual as much as from the extraordinary and un- 
usual. Who can forget the taste of Bennie's cook- 
ing, of Eva's roasts and fried chicken, of Willie's 
rolls, and of the courteous way in which these de- 
lights were served by white-coated dining room 
assistants? Then there were confabs in the student 
lounges, yelling and rivalry and enthusiasm in 
sports events, the latest and the loveliest in the 
fashion shows, suspense and amusement in superb 



dramatic productions, and even the struggle to get 
the mailbox open for that yearned-for letter that 
wasn't always there. These were the repeated 
things that will flash across memory's page so 
often in days to come. 

Of course, the prime purpose of going to col- 
lege is to develop one's mental power through the 
acquisition of knowledge and the discovery ol 
methods to acquire even more. I hope that your 
education is never finished, but that the efforts of 
your dedicated instructors at Gulf Park will result 
in ever-widening horizons of thought, enjoyment, 
and usefulness for you. 




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H. Preston James 



Judy James, President and Mrs. James 





William B. Rabourn, Business Manager 



To whom do the girls of Gulf Park turn to 
discuss a leaking radiator, a sticking door-knob, 
or hot water that is not hot? The business man- 
ager is the one who must take care of these small 
but trying troubles, while he works with purchas- 
ing, accounting, budgeting, food service, the 
Y-Hut, the bookstore, and general maintenance of 
the grounds and buildings. Mr. Rabourn, the 
present business manager, handles with ease and 
efficiency the burdens of this complex position. 

Mr. Rabourn and his wife Carol, with. their 
children, Bill and Sheri, have been at Gulf Park 
for three years. 

Always amiable, Mr. Rabourn helps students 
and staff to cope with their problems that fall 
within his realm of responsibility. 




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Bemiece Camp, Dean of Students 



Miss Camp talks with Julia Brownell. 




This position is not an easy or a simple one, and 
it takes much patience. Dean Camp has proved 
herself capable of discharging the duties of Dean 
of Students with kindness, understanding and a 
sense of youthfulness. She has only been here one 
year, yet she has made herself an intricate part 
of student life. 

Her office and her willing ear are open to all 
who need her help or her advice. She readily 
listens to all sides of a question and willingly 
grants reasonable requests. It is her desire to be 
fair to the students, and her decisions are directed 
to this end. Tempering discipline with reason and 
good judgment, she is decisive, yet maintains a 
friendly relationship with the student body. 



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Troy H. Price, Academic Dean 



Mrs. Dowd consults with Dean Price. 



As the year at Gulf Park began new students 
and faculty venturing into the office of the new 
academic dean were warmly welcomed by him. 
Soon the enormous task of arranging schedules, 
registering and counseling returning students and 
bewildered newcomers began for Dean Price and 
he was always available to help students with 
academic problems. 

Cordial and discerning, Dean Price encourages 
each student to develop good study habits and to 
use time wisely. He stresses the need for a well- 
rounded academic background. 

Exhibiting great interest in the students and the 
institution, Dean Price contributes much to Gulf 
Park's educational program. 




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SARAH P. AMBLER, A.B., MA. 
French, Spanish 




JANE BUTLER, B.S. 
Home Economics 




DON CHRISTMAS, B.M., MM. 
Piano 

LUCILLE CRIGHTON, 
A.B., MA. 

English 






NELS ANDERSON, 
B.A., M.A. 
Speech 



Faculty 



JEANNETTE BROCK, B.S., M.S. 
Secretarial Studies 



'We met your students running down the hall, Mr. Curran!' 






JOHN C. CURRAN, JR., A.B. 

Biology, Chemistry 



EARLY DEVRIES, 

Art 



'Let's hear the Beatles, Mr. Tillman!" 



Faculty 




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DOROTHY DUKES, A.A., B.S. 
Riding 




ELLEN EASON, B.S., M.Ed. 
Physical Education 




JOHN T. HAZARD, Ph.B., ME. 
Psychology 

ANNA MAE HELTON, 
B.A., B.Mus., MA. 
English, Speech 



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JAMES B. MANNING, B.S., M.S. 

Mathematics 




DOROTHY MILDEN, 
A.B., M.A., B.A. in L.S. 
Librarian 



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FORREST A. MILLER, 

A.B., M.A. 

History 

HELEN T. PICKING, 

A.A., B.S., M.A. 

Speech, Theatre Arts 






ESTELLE HAWKINS MAX- 
WELL, B.M. 
Voice 



PATTI McPETERS, B.S. 

Physical Education 



Faculty 



"A disorganized desk denotes an organized mind?" 




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CECIL SCHAEFER RAMSAY, 
A.B., MA. 
Home Economics 




J. S. SCARBOROUGH, 
A.B., MA. 

Sociology 






RUTH J. SCHREIBER, 

B.A., MA. 

English 



Faculty 



'Let Y = Goo Goo and mx + B = Da Da." 





HARRIETT GIBBONS SMITH, 

B.S., M.S. 

Biology 




J. H. STEINWINDER, A.B. 
History 

DONNA FAY SWANSON, 
B.S., M.B.E. 
Business Education 



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E. BRUCE TILLMAN, A.B. 

Spanish 



HENRY T WARE, B.A., M.A. 

Religion 



MARIAN WATERS. B.F.A. 

English 




THOMAS B. WATERS, 

B.F.A., M.F.A. 

Art 




CLARE WEDDINGTON, 

Dance 

EUGENE A. WINK, SR., 

B.A., M.A. 

History 




Faculty 



Censored! Censored! Censored! 





WILLIE BROWN, Bursar 



Administrative 
Staff 



AUDREY NAPP, Public Relations Director 








AMELIA LUMPKIN, Admissions Director 



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ANNA BERRY 

Secretary to the Business Manager 



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Secretary to the President 



MARY RUTH DOWD 

Secretary to the Academic Dean 



MARY LOU HEATH 

Admissions Secretary 



ANN MILLER 

Secretary to the Dean of Students 





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Mrs. Helen Dalton 

Counselor, Hayes House 



Mrs. Elizabeth Holtane 

Counselor, Lloyd Hall 



Mrs. Leila Johnson 

Hostess, Dining Room 



Home Department 




"Mrs. Mullins!" — Even housemothers get packages! 
"Who's preaching at Little Man's THIS Sunday?" 





Mrs. Jane Libby 

Counselor, Annex 




Mrs. Anne McLemore 

Counselor, Hardy Hall 




Mrs. Wilma C. Mullins 
Counselor, Elizabeth Hall 




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Mrs. Bessie Peets 

Dietitian 



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Counselor, Lloyd Hall 



Mrs. Bubye Vinson 

Registered Nurse 



Mrs. Elvena White 

Counselor, Hardy Hall 



Mrs. Janie Wright 

Counselor, Hardy Hall 




"Pam Rakestraw, you have a guest in the lobby! — French Cleaner 
man is here!" 



Field Representatives 







Mrs. Ruth Burgess 

Representative of the 
Southeastern States 



Miss Virginia Haile 

Representative of the 
Southwestern States 



Mrs. Mary Harris 

Representative of the 
Central States 



Mrs. Lilian Wissmiller 

Representative of the 
Southeastern States 



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Achievement 

"I shall be telling this with a sigh 

Somewhere ages and ages hence: 

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 

/ took the one less traveled by, 

And that has made all the difference." 




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Miss Stull King achieved the greatest honor 

bestowed upon a Gulf Park girl when the 

student body selected her as the girl most 

deserving the title of Miss Gulf Park. 

Active in many phases of campus life, Stull is best 

known as this year's Student Council president. 

She accepts all her responsibilities eagerly, no 

task being too great or small for her attention. 

Described as charming, poised, and gracious, 
Stull also excels academically. 

With great pride, the Sea Gull presents 
Stull King, Miss Gulf Park, 1964. 





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The greatest honor bestowed on a High 
School girl at Gulf Park is the High 
School Citizenship Award. Miss Ginger 
Carroll, this year's winner, was chosen by 
the entire student body as the best ex- 
ample of the ideals of Gulf Park to be 
found in its spirited high school. Ginger 
is a warm, friendly person who always 
finds time to talk to any student. She is 
quite active in all fields of sports, and her 
competitive spirit makes her well-liked by 
all. Ginger knows how to win well, she 
can also lose well if defeat comes. Her 
willingness to accept responsibility is ap- 
preciated by students and faculty alike. 
Being president of the high school has not 
deterred Ginger from being just "one of 
the girls, too. She takes pleasure in help- 
ing people and is frequently embroiled in 
ironing out little difficulties in her dormi- 
tory. With all the time she spends on 
extracurricular activities, Ginger does not 
neglect her studies, maintains a good av- 
erage, and is an active member of the 
Beta Club. As a leader, student, and all- 
around girl, Ginger is an inspiration not 
only to the high school but to the whole 
student body of Gulf Park. 



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Gulf Park's Outstanding Junior is not 
only able to do many things but she does 
many things well. Cary Christian is a good 
and loyal leader, a cooperative student, an 
accomplished athlete, a talented guitarist, 
a singer and composer of songs, a Five 
Point Senior Girl Scout, and a look into 
her background reveals an unusual devo- 
tion to others. 

The Junior Class is the largest on cam- 
pus and is composed almost entirely of 
new students. With enthusiasm, determi- 
nation, and strength, Cary, as class presi- 
dent, has led the juniors through tourna- 
ments and projects, and kept class spirit 
high. She is a very active member of her 
sorority, Sigma Psi Iota, and of the 
Student Council, still she maintains a high 
scholastic average. 

After an afternoon of practice for a 
sports tournament Cary might be seen, in 
the early evening, playing her guitar and 
singing with a group of friends. Later on 
she might be found studying or helping 
another student with lessons. 

In the past Cary has spent much time 
with scouting activities, visiting and read- 
ing to the confined aged, and helping 
crippled children learn to swim. 

For her friendliness, loyalty, leadership, 
and enthusiasm, Cary is recognized by 
everyone on campus as an outstanding 
junior. 





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Susan Hunter of Atlanta, Georgia, 
qualifies as most intellectual not only be- 
cause of her ability to understand, but be- 
cause she generously shares her knowledge 
and abilities with others. She gives much 
time and energy to class and other campus 
activities. She is president of Jet Maskers, 
vice president of the Dance League, and 
secretary of the Senior Class. 

On the campus Susan had leading roles 
in A Thurbcr Carnival, A Sunny 
Morning, and You Can't Take It With 
You. Her performances in the Dance 
Recital and Fashion Show were brilliant. 
She produces the weekly radio program, 
"Meet Gulf Park". 

Doing nothing half-way, Susan not only 
holds three offices, acts in and produces 
many programs, and helps with her sorori- 
ty, but she is also a member of Phi Theta 
Kappa, the national honorary scholastic 
fraternity. Susan excellently represents 
Gulf Park as "most intellectual". 



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Kentucky, from which she hails; Vicki 



Bradford has been widely acclaimed at 



Gulf Park for her grace and beauty. 



Vicki reigned as queen of the Bit and 
Spur Court at the Mardi Gras Ball and 



was chosen May Queen by the student 



body. She has modeled at fashion shows 



here on the campus and also on the Coast. 



When a recent movie was filmed about 



the Coast, Gulf Park was proud to be rep- 



resented by Vicki. 



In her riding habit at the stable or 
beautifully gowned at a ball, Vicki has a 
special glow that comes not from outward 
beauty alone, but is enhanced by the 



beauty which radiates from within. 






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Broadway claims such personalities as 
Ethel Merman, Julie Andrews and Mary 
Martin. Gulf Park claims her own Susan 
Middleton. 

When Susan came to Gulf Park from 
Athens, Texas, she brought with her a 
profound interest and great ability in the 
dramatic arts. 

Susan, a speech major, has had leading 
roles in The Marriage, Blithe Spirit, and 
The Grass Harp. While a play was in pro- 
duction Susan could be found coordinating 
costumes, painting flats, prompting, gath- 
ering props, or setting scenery. One of 
Susan's most delightful programs was a 
recital "An Impartial View of The Fairer 
Sex" which she gave for the student body. 
She was the capable director of "The 
Death of Tintagiles." 

Susan plans to take a special cruise this 
summer where she will be attending 
classes and working as a member of the 
ship's drama group. Bon voyage, Susan, 
we'll be seeing you when the curtain goes 
up! 



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We have been fortunate at Gulf Park in 



having Julie Myers of Joplin, Missouri, 



share her originality with us. Julie has 



been most generous with her time and 



talents, designing and completing much of 



the art work involved in decorations and 



posters for dances, gymkhana, the Fash- 



ion Show, theatrical productions, and the 



yearbook. In A Thurber Carnival Julie 



played several difficult roles and, like 



changing moods of a sunset over San Fran- 



cisco Bay, she moved with great agility from 



one character to another. 



Julie is president of Samovar, the art 



organization; secretary of Delta Chi; and 



art editor of the Sea Gull. 



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Everyone at Gulf Park agrees that if 
ever in need of a kind word or deed, Sue 
Carey Lindholm is the girl to see. And 
"Sukey" seems to always be present to 
lend her helping hand. 

The devotion of the student body to Sue 
Carey is very evident. A member of Delta 
Chi and other campus organizations, she 
has served as president of the Senior 
Class, secretary of the Student Council, 
and member of the Athletic Association 
Board. No matter what she undertakes, she 
performs all of her duties with a sincere 
willingness. 

Wilmette, Illinois, has every right to be 
proud of this amazing young lady whose 
interest in everything and everyone, along 
with her quick smile and delightful man- 
ner, has made her "most popular" at Gulf 
Park. 



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Mallory White, Kansas City, Missouri, 



is equally competent with tennis racket, 



basketball, volleyball, water skis, paint 



brush or guitar. An outstanding leader and 



campus beauty, Mai was elected president 



of Delta Chi Sigma and is a member of 



this year's May Court. 



Last year Mallory was recognized as 



Gulf Park's Outstanding Junior and with 



versatility she has fulfilled the expecta- 



tions forecast by this recognition, as her 



skills and talents have enriched many 



campus activities this year. 



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The court clowns of long ago have 
nothing on Gulf Park's jester, MiLinda 
Giatrakis, who has entertained the whole 
student body with her nimble wit. 

In the dorm or on the campus, MiLinda 
was always ready with just the phrase to 
send all around her into gales of laughter. 
Many a frown has changed to a smile due 
to one of her dry, humorous remarks. 

MiLinda's merrymaking rightly brought 
her the title "Bel Esprit." 



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When Anne Berryman of Ashland, 
Kansas, graduates in May, there will 
be no doubt in anyone's mind that wher- 
ever she goes or whatever she undertakes, 
she will succeed. 

Her tireless efforts and leadership abili- 
ties have won for Anne the respect of all 
at Gulf Park. Anne is president of the 
Sigma Psi Iota Sorority and an active 
member of many other campus organiza- 
tions. With the energy of a Trojan, she 
carries out her responsibilities with grace 
and ease. 

Anne's charm and beauty brought her 
such honors as being a member of the 
Mardi Gras Court and the May Court. 



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When the student body bids Anne fare- 
well this year it will be with the sure 
knowledge that Gulf Park will miss her 
and will wish her well. 



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If a joke is in order or a prank is to be 
played, look for Jen Johnston to be in- 
volved. It makes no difference whether she 
is playing the joke or is on the receiving end 
of it, for Jen's sense of humor is always on 
display. It is for this reason, along with 
many others, that Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina's Jen has been named this year's Best 
Sport. 

On the athletic field Jen is not only im- 
portant as a teammate but also important 
in raising the morale of her team, whether 
in victory or defeat. She has won the 
admiration of all her schoolmates for her 
good sportsmanship. 

Jen's high standards of fair play led her 
to being elected Chairman of the Judiciary 
Board. 

Her selflessness and sense of justice have 
won for her the affection of all at Gulf 
Park. Her unique sense of humor has 
brought gaiety to our campus. 



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Thoughts of fun or sun bring thoughts 
of Penny Terry. Wherever there is sun — 
Nassau, Gulf Park, or her own home town 
of Danville, Indiana — Penny is out "soak- 
ing up the rays" and having a good time 
doing it. 

This year Penny has served as President 
of the Athletic Association, and her 
energies and talents have inspired one and 
all to join in the activities, both on the 
playing field and on the sidelines. 

Penny is quite an accomplished athlete. 
She plays volleyball, basketball, tennis and 
baseball like a pro, and spends her sum- 
mers riding and swimming. Is there any- 
thing she can't do? 

Penny's fine sense of sportsmanship is 
displayed whether she is playing for fun 
or helping her class win His Majesty the 
Goat in serious class competition. 

All this — and beauty, too. Penny was a 
most regal queen at the Atheson Court at 
the Annual Mardi Gras Ball and was a 
member of the May Court. 



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Friendship 



"We make ourselves a place apart 

Behind light words that tease and flout, 

But oh, the agitated heart 

Till someone find us really out." 




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Seniors 





Mary Christine Angelo . . . Christi . . . Boonville, 

Missouri . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Phi Theta 

Kappa, Vice President; Romance Language Club; 

Samovar Club; Sea Gull Staff, Editor; Secretarial 

Science. 

My life is like a stroll upon the beach, As near the 

ocean's edge as I can go. 



Anne Porter Berryman . . . Ashland, Kansas . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota, President; Fashion Show Model; Jet 
Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Secretarial Science; Wel- 
coming Committee. 

Beauty being the best of all we know sums up the un- 
searchable and secret aims of nature. 




Mayfield, Kentucky . 
Romance Language 



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Club; Secre- 



Kitty Bennett . . 

Iota; Jet Maskers; 

tarial Science. 

Her mirth is like a flash of lightning, that breaks through 

a gloom of clouds. 

Vicki Ann Bradford . . . Paris, Kentucky . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma, Secretary; A. A. Board; Bit and Spur 
Club, President; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; 
Phi Theta Kappa; Welcoming Committee. 
Leaning and laughing, my warm-hearted beauty, you 
ride, you ride. 




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Seniors 





Lucile Hynson Bubenzer . . . Bunkie, Louisiana .. . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Secretarial Science, 
Vice President; Welcoming Committee. 
All that was beautiful and just. 



Julia Ellen Brownell . . . Kingsport, Tennessee . . . 
Dance League; Jet Maskers; Phi Theta Kappa, President; 
Samovar Club, Reporter; Sea Gull Staff, Literary Edi- 
tor; Welcoming Committee. 
A precious jewel carved most curiously. 

Nancy Jo Burns . . . Midlothian, Illinois . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Aquettes; Glee Club; Jet Maskers. 
Laugh and be merry, remember, better the world with 
a song. 



Cathaerine Clark . . . Cay . . . Wichita Falls, Texas 
. . . Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Samovar Club. 

Presence of mind and courage in distress, Are more than 
armies to procure success. 





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Seniors 




Frances Joyce Clement . . . Greenville, Alabama . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; 
Romance Language Club. 
Of loyal nature and of noble mind. 




Lucinda Jo Cornish . . . Cindy . . . Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 
Samovar Club; Sea Gull Staff, Assistant Art Editor; 
Welcoming Committee. 
Though deep, yet clear, though gentle yet not dull. 



Paula Sue Conway . . . Titusville, Florida . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Fashion Show Model; 
Judiciary Board; Samovar Club, Vice President; Tam- 
my Howl, Art Editor; Welcoming Committee. 
The days that make us happy make us wise. 

Lucille Louise Daniels . . . Handsboro, Mississippi 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club, President; Practical 
Arts Club; Student Council, Day Student Representa- 
tive ; Welcoming Committee. 
A soft answer turneth away wrath. 





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Seniors 





Diane Davidson . . . Decherd, Tennessee . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota, Secretary; Glee Club, President; Judiciary 
Board, Secretary; Tammy Howl; Welcoming Committee. 
Life has its music; let us seek a way not to jangle the 
chords whereon we play. 

Delores Olivia Dickey . . . De . . . Cullman, Ala- 
bama . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model; 
Practical Arts Club; Samovar Club; Welcoming Com- 
mittee. 

A modest woman, dressed out in all her finery, is the 
most tremendous object of the whole creation. 



Graciela DeSedas . . . Panama, Republic of Panama 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Romance Language Club; Secre- 
tarial Science, Secretary. 

Happiness is above all things the calm, glad certainty 
of innocence. 



Susanna Elaine Dillman . . . Lac du Flambeau, Wis- 
consin . . . Sigma Psi Iota, Treasurer; Aquettes; Jet 
Maskers; Romance Language Club; Samovar Club; 
Welcoming Committee. 
He hath a heart as sound as a bell. 





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Elinore Frances Eckert . . . Homeworth, Ohio . . . 

Bit and Spur Club, Secretary; Jet Maskers; Secretarial 

Science. 

And more than wisdom, more than wealth — A merry 

heart that laughs .at care. 



Faith F. Farenzena . . . Highwood, Illinois . . . Sigma 

Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model; Judiciary Board, Senior 

Representative; Secretarial Science Club; Welcoming 

Committee. 

Love's but a frailty of the mind, when 'tis not with 

ambition join'd. 




Margene Diane Engman . . . Atlanta, Georgia . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; Samovar Club; Secretarial 
Science; Welcoming Committee. 
Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. 

Susan Marie Foote . . . Durant, Oklahoma . . . Delta 

Chi Sigma; Samovar Club; Secretarial Science. 

A happy soul that all the way to heaven hath a summei 

day. 





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Seniors 





Margaret Elizabeth Frank . . . Betsy . . . Paris, 
Kentucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club. 

Happiness sneaks in through a door you didn't know 
you left open. 

Patricia Elaine Fulmer . . . Savannah, Georgia . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model; Secretarial 
Science, President; Welcoming Committee. 
A lovely lady, garmented in light from her own beauty. 



Victoria Fry . . . Indianapolis, Indiana . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma, Vice President; Fashion Show Model; Jet 
Maskers; Judiciary Board, Chairman; Student Council, 
Vice President; Tammy Howl, Society Editor; Wel- 
coming Committee ; We Moderns. 
Sunshine and rain at once; her smiles and tears. 



Janet Hunter Garner . . . Shelbyville, Kentucky . . . 

Senior Class Vice President; Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion 

Show Model; Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club; 

Secretarial Science; Welcoming Committee; We 

Moderns. 

Given to jest, yet ever in earnest, If aught of right or 

truth were at stake. 






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Seniors 




Milinda Jon Giatrakis . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Romance Language 
Club; Samovar Club. 

My way of joking is telling the truth. That is the fun- 
niest joke in the world. 




Ruth Ann Green . . . Gallatin, Tennessee 
Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club. 
To love the game beyond the prize. 



Delta 



Jane Nicholson Grider . . . Nicky . . . Winder, 
Georgia . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Aquettes; Bit and Spur 
Club; Jet Maskers; San ovar Club. 
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. 



Linda Kay Grubb . . . Louisville, Kentucky . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; A. A. Board, Volleyball Manager; Jet 
Maskers; Romance Language Club; Tammy Howl, 
Sports Co-Editor; Welcoming Committee. 
Adventure lit her stars. 





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Seniors 





Suraya Ann Haddad . . . Birmingham, Alabama 
Delta Chi Sigma; Romance Language Club. 
But joy is wisdom, time an endless song. 



Paula Gwin . . . Jasper, Alabama . . . Sigma Psi Iota; 
Dance League, Treasurer; Practical Arts Club, Presi- 
dent; Samovar Club; Welcoming Committee. 
He that hath patience may compass anything. 



Sheryl Kay Harpe . . . Dawson> Georgia . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Dance League, President; Jet Maskers; 
Samovar Club; Welcoming Committee. 
There was a star danced, and under that I was born. 



Jane Taylor Hudson . . . Gulfport, Mississippi 
Coast Club; Sea Gull Staff, Advertising Manager. 
Here a free spirit of mankind. 





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tors 




Susan Myrl Hunter . . . Atlanta, Georgia . . . Senior 
Class Secretary; Sigma Psi Iota; Dance League, Vice 
President; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers, President; 
Secretarial Science. 

Bright is the ring of words — When the right man 
rings them. 



Mary Jennette Caldwell Johnston . . . Raleigh, 
North Carolina . . . Delta Chi Sigma, Historian; A. A. 
Board, Softball Manager; Jet Maskers; Judiciary Board, 
Chairman; Practical Arts Club, Vice President; Wel- 
coming Committee. 
Honesty rare as a man without self-pity. 



Carol Elizabeth Johnson . . . Crossett, Arkansas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma, President; Fashion Show Model; 
Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Samovar Club; Secre- 
tarial Science; Welcoming Committee. 
The chiefest action for a man of great spirit, Is never 
to be out of action. 

Miranda Jones . . . Randy . . . Scottsdale, Arizona . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma, Historian; We Moderns; Jet Maskers. 
Strong mind, great heart, true faith, ready hands. 





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Seniors 





Lucie Stull King . . . Bristol, Tennessee . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; Secretarial 
Science; Student Council, President; Welcoming Com- 
mittee ; We Moderns. 
A great heart in a faithful, unselfish, and patient leader. 



Karen Lou Keiter . . . Dayton, Ohio . . . Delta Alpha 
Sigma; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Romance 
Language Club; Secretarial Science. 

Give to every other human being every right that you 
claim for yourself. 

Marsha Kraner . . . Houston, Texas . . . Sigma Psi 
Iota; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Samovar Club. 
To all my friends I leave kind thoughts. 



Sandra Landes . . . Sandy . . . Peru, Indiana . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma, Vice President; Secretarial Science; 
Welcoming Committee; We Moderns. 
/ laugh, for hope hath happy place with me. 






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Seniors 




Anne Hubbard Lindenberg . . . Penny . . . Bexley, 
Ohio . . . Delta Chi Sigma;. A. A. Board; Welcoming 
Committee; We Moderns. 
Brief even as bright. 



Constance Marie McConnell . . . Fort Worth, 

Texas . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 

Practical Arts Club; Romance Language Club; Samovar 

Club. 

The most completely lost of all days is the one on which 

we have not laughed. 

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Sue Carey Lindholm . . . Wilmette, Illinois . . . Senior 
Class President; Delta Chi Sigma; A. A. Board, Swim- 
ming Manager; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; Samovar Club; Student Coun- 
cil, Secretary; Welcoming Committee; We Moderns. 
The only way to have a friend is to be one. 

Beverly Ann Maio . . . Corning, New York . . . Sigma 

Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Romance 

Language Club; Secretarial Science. 

The soul occupied with great ideas best performs small 

duties. 





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Seniors 





Margaret Susan Middleton . . . Athens, Texas . . . 

Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers, Vice President; Welcoming 

Committee. 

In action faithful, and in honor clear. 



Josephine Gay Massengill . . . Dallas, Texas . . .Sigma 
Psi Iota; Samovar Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Tammy 
Howl, Editor. 

All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream. 



Mary Frances Moore . . . San Diego, California 

Sigma Psi Iota; Samovar Club. 

And she went, merry as a marriage bell. 





Juliet Myers . . . Julie . . . Joplin, Missouri . . . 

Delta Chi Sigma, Secretary; Fashion Show Model; Jet 

Maskers; Samovar Club, President; Sea Gull Staff, Art 

Editor; Secretarial Science; Welcoming Committee; We 

Moderns. 

As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life. 




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Seniors 





Anne Driskill Nichols . . . Biloxi, Mississippi . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; Samovar Club. 
The world turns aside to let any man pass who knows 
whither he is going. 



Norma Lee Nicholson . . . Decherd, Tennessee . . . 
Senior Class Treasurer; Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show 
Model; Jet Maskers; Welcoming Committee. 
/ say the world is lovely, and that loveliness is enough. 



Patricia Marie Peterson . . . West Chicago, Illinois 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Jet 
Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Samovar Club. 
The magic of a cheerful face. 



Pamela Sue Rakestraw . . . Bay City, Texas . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Welcoming Committee. 
I laugh'd and danc'd and talk' d and sang. 





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Seniors 





Sheila Rogers . . . Ricki . . . Pascagoula, Mississippi 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota, Vice President; Dance League; 
Fashion Show Model: Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; 
Romance Language Club; Secretarial Science; Wel- 
coming Committee. 

Where willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be 
great. 

Karen Ann Schwab . . . Louisville, Kentucky . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club; Sea Gull 
Staff; Secretarial Science, Treasurer. 
Good natured and cheerful to work or talk with. 



Dorothy Anne Schermer . . . Fairhope, Alabama . . . 
Romance Language Club; Secretarial Science; Delta 
Alpha Sigma, Sergeant-at-Arms; Jet Maskers. 
The great heart knows the power of gentleness. 



Judith Jane Shafer . . . Sandy Springs, Georgia . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club, Vice President; 
Dance League; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; 
Welcoming Committee; We Moderns. 
A witty woman is a treasure; a witty beauty is a power. 





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Seniors 





Caryn Michelle Stang . . . Deland, Florida . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Samovar 
Club; Secretarial Science. 
The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed. 



Penelope Sue Terry . . . Penny . . . Danville, Indiana 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; A. A. Board, President; Judiciary 
Board; Secretarial Science; Welcoming Committee. 
There's nothing worth the wear of winning, But laughter 
and the love of friends. 



Sally Ann Stieler . . . San Antonio, Texas . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club; 
Samovar Club. 

No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden 
of it to any one else. 

Betty Evelyn Trask . . . Bartow, Florida . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma, Chaplain; A. A. Board, Vice President; 
Dance League; Fashion Show Model; Sea Gull Staff, 
Assistant Editor; Secretarial Science; Student Council; 
Welcoming Committee. 

And they all had trust in her, and knew she would keep 
her word. 





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Seniors 





Lucy Caroline Wells . . . Natchitoches, Louisiana 

. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club; Romance 

Language Club. 

We can do more good by being good, than in any other 

way. 



Mary O'Day Vann . . . Peggy . . . Camilla, Georgia . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Practical Arts Club; Secretarial Science; 
Welcoming Committee. 

The superior man is slow in his words and earnest in 
his conduct. 




Mallory White . . . Kansas City, Missouri . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma, President; A. A. Board; Fashion Show 
Model; Jet Maskers; Samovar Club; Secretarial Science; 
Welcoming Committee; We Moderns. 
At whose right side rides courage, with skill within the 
cockpit and faith upon the left. 



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Seniors 





Marian Lane Whitten . . . Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Practical Arts Club; Secretarial 

Science. 

Kindness as large and plain as a prairie wind. 



Suzanne Williams . . . Ashland, Kentucky . . Delta 

Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club, 

President. 

Alas for the rarity of Christian charity under the sun. 



Cynthia Lee Wintermute . . . Cindy . . . LaGrange, 
Illinois . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 
Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science; 
Welcoming Committee. 
But I am constant as the northern star. 




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Seniors 





Dorothy Ruth Wright . . . Dotty . . . Bristol, 
Virginia . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Samovar Club; Secre- 
tarial Science; Welcoming Committee. 
For the good are always the merry. 



"Some have relied on what they knew; 

Others on simply being true. 

What worked for them might work for you. 



LoursE Wright Womack . . . Gallatin, Tennessee . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club. 
/ will a round unvarnished tale deliver. 



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Linda Leigh Zachman . . . Danville, Kentucky . . . 

Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; 

Secretarial Science; Welcoming Committee; We 

Moderns. 

She has a golden beauty, sparkling and bright. 




No memory of having starred 

Atones for later disregard, 

Or keeps the end from being hard." 




Patricia Ann Earle . . . Asheville, North Carolina 
Glee Club. 

All who joy would win — 

Must share it — happiness was born a twin. 



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Juniors 



Patricia Lynn Acton . . . Birmingham, Ala- 
bama . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; 
Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club. 



Holly Alford 
Psi Iota. 



Dallas, Texas . . . Sigma 



Suzie Althans . . . New Orleans, Louisiana 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Romance Language 
Club. 



Vallerie Allen Baan . . . Norwalk, Con- 
necticut . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Glee Club, 
Treasurer. 

Betty Bailey . . . Church Point, Louisiana 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Practical Arts Club; 
Romance Language Club. 



Lyn Baker 

Chi Sigma. 



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Columbus, Georgia . . . Delta 



Julie Baldwin . . . Bridgeport, Illinois . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Fashion Show Model; 
Practical Arts Club. 

Linda Bass . . . Danville, Illinois . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; A. A. Board, Treasurer; Dance 
League; Jet Maskers; Samovar Club; Student 
Council. 



Melissa Beatty . 
Chi Sigma. 



. Dallas, Texas . . . Delta 



Linda Margaret Beer . . . San Antonio, 
Texas . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show 
Model. 

Tootie Brashear . . . Temple, Texas . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Bit and Spur Club; Jet 
Maskers; Practical Arts Club. 

Francie Browne . . . Ashland, Kentucky . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma ; Romance Language Club. 



Beverlee Brush . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Fashion 
Show Model; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club. 

Lynn Buell . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Practical 
Arts Club; Romance Language Club. 

Suzanne Burdick . . . Wilmette, Illinois . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Secretarial Science. 




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Juniors 




Carole Jeanne Burge . . . Highland Park, 
Illinois . . . Delta Chi Sigma. 

Marsha Burgin . . . Birmingham, Alabama 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 

Stephanie R. Caballero . . . Houma, Louisi- 
ana . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Bit and Spur Club; 
Fashion Show Model; Secretarial Science. 



Carolyn Caldwell . . . Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Club. 

Isabel Campbell . . . Decatur, Georgia . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Dance League; Secretarial 
Science. 

Mary Garraud Caudill . . . Manila, Arkansas 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 



Michael Ann Centanni . . . LaPlace, 
Louisiana . . . Sigma Psi Iota. 

Elaine Chesnut . . . Oklahoma City, Okla- 
homa . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Samovar Club. 

Susan Chesnut . . . Oklahoma City, Okla- 
homa . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Sea 
Gull Staff, Club Editor. 



Lula Cary Christian . . . Northport, Ala- 
bama . . . Junior Class President; Sigma Psi 
Iota; Romance Language Club; Secretarial 
Science; Student Council. 

Pam Ciruli . . . Phoenix, Arizona . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Secretarial Science. 

Ann Collinson . . . Kansas City, Missouri 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers. 



Maura Cook . . . Pass Christian, Mississippi 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club, Treasurer; 
Secretarial Science. 

Debby Cooper . . . Skokie, Illinois . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota ; Bit and Spur Club. 

Ruthie Crawford . . . Marietta, Georgia . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club. 



Juniors 



Sara Crumpecker . . . Morehouse, Missouri 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota. 

Marcey Davis . . . Chicago, Illinois . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League. 

Mary Dene Davis . . . Kirksville, Missouri 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Language 
Club. 



Sherrin Dawley . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Dance League, Treasurer; 
Romance Language Club; Samovar Club. 

Kathy Deitemeyer . . . Beatrice, Nebraska 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model. 

Linda Dills . . . Indianapolis, Indiana . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts 
Club; Samovar Club. 



Lauren Drake . . . Shreveport, Louisiana . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma, Treasurer; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club ; Welcoming Com- 
mittee. 

Linette Dugas . . . Panama Canal Zone . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Glee Club; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Secretarial Science. 

Catherine Duren . . . Port St. Joe, Florida 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model; 
Secretarial Science. 



Johnna Ellis . . . Long Beach, Mississippi 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Sea Gull Staff, Assistant 
Advertising Manager. 

Susie Emery . . . Anniston, Alabama . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma. 

Elaine Estes . . . Columbus, Georgia . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Fashion 
Show Model. 



Nancy Ethington . . . Shelbyville, Kentucky 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Romance Language 
Club. 



Lawton, Oklahoma 



Beth Evilsizer 
Sigma Psi Iota. 

Charlotte Fabacher . . . Gulfport, Missis- 
sippi . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Coast Club, Vice 
President; Romance Language Club. 




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Juniors 




Nancy Fellers . . . Amarillo, Texas . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Romance Language Club; 
Sea Gull Staff, Assistant Club Editor; Secre- 
tarial Science. 

Patti Fernandez . . . Brownsville, Texas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Language Club. 

Mary Ella Finley . . . Georgetown, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Secretarial 
Science; Welcoming Committee. 



Martha Guthrie Flood . . . Shelbyville, 
Kentucky . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Romance 
Language Club. 

Phyllis Friou . . . Columbus, Georgia . . . 
Junior Class Vice President; Delta Chi Sigma; 
Dance League; Fashion Show Model. 

Victoria Diane Fulmer . . . Savannah, 
Georgia . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; 
Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club, Vice President; Samovar Club; 
Secretarial Science. 



Kathleen Gerlach . . . Shreveport, Louisi- 
ana . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Lan- 
guage Club. 

Emily Germanis . . . Biloxi, Mississippi . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club, Secretary; 
Romance Language Club. 

Sarah Elise Glasgow . . . Ruston, Louisiana 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model; 
Romance Language Club. 



Tera Graham . . . Muncie, Indiana . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Dance League. 

Laurie Gray . . . Amarillo, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club. 

Chris Hall . . . Fernandina Beach, Florida 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Fashion Show Model; 
Romance Language Club. 



Susan Reid Hall . . . Marietta, Georgia . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Secre- 
tarial Science. 

Jenny Lee Hallock . . . Xenia, Ohio . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; Romance 
Language Club. 

Melanie Harbour . . . Duncan, Oklahoma 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Fashion 
Show Model; Jet Maskers. 



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Suzy Hardwick . . . Martinsville, Indiana 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Student 
Council; Welcoming Committee; We Moderns. 

Mary Caroline Harlan . . . Mt. Pleasant, 
Tennessee . . . Sigma Psi Iota ; Dance League ; 
Romance Language Club. 

Martha Shelby Harrison . . . Lexington, 
Kentucky . Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet 

Maskers. 



Dorothy Renee Hawkins . . . Memphis, 
Tennessee . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers. 

Linda Maria Hays . . . Pensacola, Florida 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 
Glee Club; Romance Language Club. 

Mary Kathryn Hereford . . . Gurley, Ala- 
bama . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; 
Practical Arts Club. 



Nikki Ann Hightower 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota. 



. . Temple, Texas 



Carol Hill . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Fashion Show Model; Samovar Club. 

Victoria Hodell . . . Fort Wayne, Indiana 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League. 



Marion M. Homes . . . Pass Christian, 
Mississippi . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club; 
Romance Language Club. 

Susan Hood . . . Midland, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model. 

Susan Howard . . . Houston, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers. 



Carole Hulette . . . Frankfort, Kentucky 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Practical Arts Club; 
Romance Language Club. 

Suzanne Hume . . . Brooklyn, New York . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma. 



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Kathy Hurlbut . . . Minneapolis, Minnesota 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Jet 
Maskers. 

Sondra Lee Jeffress . . . Poplar Bluff, 
Missouri . . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 

Phyllis L. Jenner . . . Frankfort, Indiana 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model: 
Romance Language Club. 



Jane Johnson . . . Toledo, Ohio . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Glee Club; Practical Arts Club. 

Cynthia Johnston . . . Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia . . . Sigma Psi Iota. 

Raelyn Ann Jones . . . Deerfield, Illinois 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 



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Kay Kelley . . . Temple, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Samovar Club. 

Susan G. Kelley . . . Midwest City, Okla- 
homa . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Secretarial Science. 

Carol Ann Kimsey . . . Toccoa, Georgia . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model; Glee 
Club; Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club. 



Ann Hudson King . . . Avon Park, Florida 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club. 

Montrial Darlene Kitts . . . Glenview, 
Illinois . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts 
Club; Romance Language Club. 

Joy Klein . . . Grand Rapids, Michigan . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Jet 
Maskers. 



Karen Kliefoth ... St. Louis, Missouri . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model; 
Practical Arts Club. 

Joan Knight . . . Palatka, Florida . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model. 

Pam Knight . . . Gonzales, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers, Treasurer; Romance 
Language Club; Welcoming Committee; We 
Moderns. 



Juniors 



Jane Louise Knutson . . . Shawnee Mission, 
Kansas . . . Delta Chi Sigma ; Fashion Show 
Model. 

Patty Lea . . . Shelbyville, Kentucky . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Secretarial Science. 

Gwendolyn Gay Leet . . . Lexington, Ken- 
tucky . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Romance Language 
Club. 



Susan Lindstrom . . . Birmingham, Alabama 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Romance Language Club. 

Sandra Lloyd . . . Liberty, Texas . . . Junior 
Class Sergeant-at-Arms; Delta Chi Sigma; Jet 
Maskers ; Samovar Club. 

Cheryl Lockett . . . Glenview, Illinois . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Secretarial Science. 



Matilda Allison Looney . . . Kingsport, 
Tennessee . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Club; Romance Language Club; 
Samovar Club. 

Nancy Lovett . . . Benton, Kentucky . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Samovar Club. 

Jane Lucksinger . . . Austin, Texas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club. 



Nancy Lumpkin . . . Bessemer, Alabama . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Romance Language Club; 
Sea Gull Staff, Sports Editor; Secretarial 
Science. 

Marianne Lyle . . . Mesa, Arizona . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Dance League; Jet Maskers. 

Katherine Sue McDonald . . . Weldon, 
Arkansas . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Fashion 
Show Model; Practical Arts Club. 



Sarah McGinley . . . Bowling Green, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur 
Club; Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club. 

Sharon McGinness . . . Kansas City, 
Missouri . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and 
Spur Club; Jet Maskers; Romance Language 
Club. 

Zelma McIlwain . . . Greenville, Mississippi 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club; Samovar Club. 




Juniors 




Jolene McIntosh . . . Fairho*. ;, Alabama 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Secretarial Science 
Club. 

Jane McPhearson . . . Butler, Alabama . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; Practical 
Arts Club. 

Joanna Magruder . . . Oklahoma City, Okla- 
homa . . . Delta Chi Sigma. 



Aleita Lynn Marlatt . . . Jacksonville, 
Florida . . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 

Barbara Marley . . . Hudson, North Carolina 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Glee Club. 



Marlene Mathias 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota. 



. Haines City, Florida 



Cheryl Mauldin . . . Oklahoma City, Okla- 
homa . . . Delta Chi Sigma. 

Jane Meisenheimer . . . Elgin A.F.B., Florida 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club; Tammy Howl, Associate 
Editor. 

Mary Susan Mercer . . . Dawson, Georgia 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Club. 



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Nancy Michaelson . . . Bronxville, New 
York . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Club. 

Mary Miller . . . Grand Rapids, Michigan 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club. 

Elisa Elena Minor . . 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 



Jackson, Mississippi 



Margaret Mobley . . . Russellville, Arkansas 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Samovar Club. 

Carole Moore . . . Miami, Florida . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club; Samovar 
Club. 



Peggy Morris 
Sigma Psi Iota. 



Louisville, Kentucky 



Juniors 



Jill Morton . 
Alpha Sigma. 



Xenia, Ohio 



Delta 



Penny Mugge . . . Greenville, Florida . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Practical Arts Club. 

Sandra Neal . . . Long Beach, Mississippi . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club; Secretarial 
Science. 



Courtney Neill . . . Belleville, Illinois . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma. 

Christine Nelson . . . River Forest, Illinois 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma. 

Mary Lee Nelson . . . Dallas, Texas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; Samovar 
Club. 



Linda Neubacher . . . Woodstock, Illinois 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Glee Club. 

Laura Mann Newberry . . . Pass Christian, 
Mississippi . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club. 

Linda Newman . . . Houma, Louisiana . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma ; Glee Club. 



Jean Nisbet . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model. 

Judy Nisbet . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model. 

Frances D. Norsworthy . . . Laurel, Missis- 
sippi . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; 
Judiciary Board; Sea Gull Staff, Assistant 
Literary Editor. 



Ellen O'Connell . . . North Palm Beach, 
Florida . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers. 

Sidney Oliver . . . Knoxville, Tennessee . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club. 

Jo Ann Owen . . . Opelousas, Louisiana . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Language Club. 




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Juniors 




Geneva, Alabama 



Memphis, Tennessee 



Lilah Parish . 
Delta Chi Sigma. 

Diane Parker . . 
Sigma Psi Iota. 

Vicky Paul . . . Compton, Maryland 
Delta Chi Sigma; Secretarial Science. 



Bonnie Phillips . . . Jacksonville, Florida 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 

India Madge Pickron . . . Colquitt, Georgia 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; Samovar Club. 

Sue Ellen Plattner . . . Dunlap, Illinois 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 
Romance Language Club. 



Susan Stuart Preas . . . Johnson City, Ten- 
nessee . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Romance Language 
Club. 

Layne Shirlie Price . . . Boulder, Colorado 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Practical Arts Club; 
Secretarial Science. 

Joan Johnson Pryor . . . Lexington, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; 
Glee Club. 



Toni Read . . . San Antonio, Texas . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Jet Maskers, 
Secretary. 

Marcia Jeanne Reynolds . . . Delray Beach, 
Florida . . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 

Suzie Rhoton . . . Springfield, Missouri . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Secretarial 
Science. 



Judith Ann Richardson . . . Weston, 
Massachusetts . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Practical 
Arts Club; Samovar Club. 

Fran Richardson . . . Marion, Indiana . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota. 

Celia Roberts . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Junior 
Class Treasurer; Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance 
League; Jet Maskers; Samovar Club; Secre- 
tarial Science. 



Juniors 



Diane Roberts . . . Gulf port, Mississippi . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club. 

Martha Rounsaville . . . Gulfport, Missis- 
sippi . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club; Prac- 
tical Arts Club. 

Cilla Sandefur . . . Columbus, Georgia . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model; Prac- 
tical Arts Club; Secretarial Science. 



Cherry Rousse . . . Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club, 
Reporter; Secretarial Science. 

Delilah Ann Savage . . . Gulfport, Mississip- 
pi .. . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club. 

Betsy Schneider . . . Londonville, Ohio . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club; Secretarial Science. 



Sue Schultz . . . Chagrin Falls, Ohio 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Glee Club. 



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Sandra Schwartz 
Alpha Sigma. 

Nancy Seabaugh . . . Cape Girardeau, 
Missouri . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Secretarial 
Science Club; Tammy Howl Staff, Typist. 



Jeanne Serur . 
Delta Chi Sigma. 



San Antonio, Texas 



Patty Virginia Sharpe . . . Minneapolis, 
Minnesota . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Club; Samovar Club. 



Janin Sinclair . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma. 



San Antonio, Texas 



Louise Nan Skinner . . . Peru, Indiana . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Secretarial Science; Tam- 
my Howl Staff, Typist. 

Joanne Maria Sommer . . . Hillsborough, 
California . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Practical Arts 
Club; Romance Language Club. 

Sue Sparks . . . Des Moines, Iowa . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Practical Arts Club. 






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Kit Stanley . . . Gainesville, Florida . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Secretarial Science. 

Barbara Lynne Stearns . . . Evanston, 
Illinois . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Dance League; 
Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science. 

Sandee Stevens . . . Fort Walton Beach, 
Florida . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Fashion Show 
Model; Glee Club, Librarian; Jet Maskers. 



Elizabeth Steves . . . San Antonio, Texas 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Language 
Club; Samovar Club. 

Pamela Gayle Stokes . . . Dallas, Texas . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur Club. 

Joan Strickland . . . Dade City, Florida . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Romance Language Club; 
Samovar Club. 



Brenda Carol Sturdevant . . . Tinker Air 
Force Base, Oklahoma . . . Sigma Psi Iota; 
Fashion Show Model; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club. 

Elaine Sullivan . . . Frostproof, Florida . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club. 

Glenn Suttles . . . Selma, Alabama . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Language Club. 



Susan Theurkauf . . . San Marino, Cali- 
fornia . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Samovar Club. 

Gail Thomas . . . Gainesville, Florida . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Glee Club. 

Vicki Lynn Thompson . . . Shelbyville, 
Tennessee . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and 
Spur Club, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Jet Maskers. 



Cherie Ann Tomlinson . . . Fredericksburg, 
Texas . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Glee Club, Vice 
President; Welcoming Committee. 

Claudia Tospon ... St. Joseph, Missouri . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Romance Language Club; 
Samovar Club. 

Paula Eason Treff . . . Fort Worth, Texas 
. . . Junior Class Secretary; Sigma Psi Iota; 
Fashion Show Model. 



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Ann Venzke . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Dance League; Practical Arts 
Club. 

Photine Niek Vlahos . . . Biloxi, Mississippi 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Coast Club; Glee Club. 

Frances Waddell . . . Columbus, Georgia 
. . . Junior Class Sergeant-at-Arms ; Delta Chi 
Sigma; Bit and Spur Club, Treasurer; Practi- 
cal Arts Club, Secretary. 



Donna Maria Wadkins . . . Jacksonville, 
Florida . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers. 

Cynthia E. Ware . . . Pascagoula, Mississippi 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; 
Practical Arts Club. 

Sandy Wedeles . . . Fort Myers, Florida . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Dance League. 



Peggy Wendrow . . . Glenview, Illinois . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; Practical 
Arts Club. 

Sarah Jane Whitely . . . Montgomery, Ala- 
bama . . . Delta Alpha Sigma. 

Savann Whitman . . . Decatur, Alabama . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Samovar 
Club. 



Blythe Whittington . . . Tunica, Mississippi 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club; 
Samovar Club; Secretarial Science. 

Donny Wiley . . . Fort Worth, Texas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club. 

Ernestine Wilhoit . . . Shelbyville, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Chi Sigma; A. A. Board, Sec- 
retary; Practical Arts Club. 



Mary Pat Williams . . . Birmingham, Ala- 
bama . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Clubs; Secretarial Science. 

Virginia H. Wilson . . . Owensboro, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur 
Club; Glee Club; Samovar Club. 

Edith Worth . . . Tallahassee, Florida . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers. 




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LINDA RAE ALLEN . . . 
Dunedin, Florida . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Beta Club, Secre- 
tary; Bit and Spur Club; Fash- 
ion Show Model; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; 
Samovar Club ; Secretarial 
Science; Welcoming Commit- 
tee; "Well, Howdy." Ambi- 
tion: To be an M. D. with an 
MRS. degree. 



MARY JANE BARRETT . . . 

Baytown, Texas . . . Sigma Psi 
Iota; Dance League; Fashion 
Show Model ; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Secretarial Sci- 
ence; "Big balls in Cowtown." 
Ambition: To marry an 3AE 
with an XKK. 





ANNE BELL . . . Dallas, Tex- 
as .. . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance 
League ; Jet Maskers ; Romance 
Language Club ; Secretarial 
Science; "What — me gradu- 
ate?!" Ambition: To have a 
double wedding. 




VIVIAN MARIE BLACK- 
LEDGE . . . Saucier, Missis- 
sippi . . . Delta Alpha Sigma ; 
Beta Club, President; Romance 
Language Club; "I disagree 
. . ." Ambition: To go to 
Australia! 



JENNIFER C. BOWER . . . 
Knoxville, Tennessee . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Dance League; 
Fashion Show Model ; Practi- 
cal Arts Club; "What E-Fer." 
Ambition: To smoke the Gulf 
Park way. 



DALE PATTERSON BRAC- 
KIN . . . Bardwell, Kentucky 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Beta 
Club, Vice President; Dance 
League ; Romance Language 
Club ; Secretarial Science ; Wel- 
coming Committee; "Do you 
have a problem?" Ambition: 
To see the devil. 




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Sophomores 




LAURIE MARGARET BUBB 

. . . Topeka, Kansas . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Jet Maskers, Cor- 
responding Secretary; "Let me 
tell you . . .!" Ambition: To 
travel abroad. 




GINGER CARROLL . . . 
Hurtsboro, Alabama . . . High 
School President; Delta Alpha 
Sigma; Beta Club; Fashion 
Show Model; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Secretarial Sci- 
ence; Student Council; Wel- 
coming Committee; "Oh, how 
repulsive!" Ambition: Care- 
free — forever. 



SUE COLEY . . . Columbus, 
Georgia . . . High School Vice 
President; Sigma Psi Iota; 
Beta Club, Chaplain; Practical 
Arts Club, Treasurer; Romance 
Language Club ; Secretarial 
Science; Welcoming Commit- 
tee; "Let me tell you what 
Chancellor said." Ambition: 
To live life as one continuous 
party at UNC. 




KAREN MARGARET COL- 

VIN . . . Beaumont, Texas . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota. 



RUTHIE DUPRE . . . Mari- 
etta, Georgia . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 
Fashion Show Model; Secre- 
tarial Science; "Oh you're kid- 
ding!" Ambition: To graduate. 








ELLEN ZANN ENGEL . . . 
Birmingham, Alabama . . . Del- 
ta Alpha Sigma; Dance 
League; Fashion Show Model; 
Jet Maskers; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Secretarial Sci- 
ence; Welcoming Committee; 
"I'm still looking." Ambition: 
To follow my sister's foot- 
steps. 




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Sophomores 




SYLVIA ANNE FINMAN . . . 
Pensacola, Florida . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Beta Club; Fash- 
ion Show Model; Romance 
Language Club; Samovar Club; 
Secretarial Science; "What's 
the assignment?" Ambition: To 
stop studying. 





CATHERINE JEAN FUL- 
MER . . . Savannah, Georgia 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet 
Maskers ; Romance Language 
Club; "I promise not to lose 
my temper." Ambition: To 
marry that 2AE from Georgia. 



GAIL GARDNER . . . Natchez, 
Mississippi . . . Sigma Psi Iota; 
Bit and Spur Club; Fashion 
Show Model; Glee Club; Jet 
Maskers; Romance Language 
Club; Welcoming Committee; 



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tion : To be 
tune. 



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able to carry a 



CINDY GEHLE . . . Mexico 
City, Mexico . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; 
Romance Language Club; 
"Linda, we're not getting any 
studying done this way!" Ambi- 
tion: To have a direct line to 
Austin. 



ALICE GOALDER . . . Hick 
man, Kentucky . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur 
Club; "I'm fairly stupid my- 
self but I have a lot of intelli- 
gent help." Ambition: To exist 
on cloud nine. 



JAN GODBOLD . . . Marfa, 

Texas . . . Sigma Psi Iota; 
Aquettes; Secretarial Science; 
"Dad Gum!!!" Ambition: Doc- 
tor?? Teacher?? 




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Sophomores 




EMMA KAY GUIN . . . Tus- 
caloosa, Alabama . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Dance League; 
"Try that on for size . . .!" 
Ambition: To be someone, 
somewhere, sometime. 




JANE HACKNEY . . . Brown- 
field, Texas . . . Delta Alpha 
Sigma; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club; "Let's deal 
'em." Ambition: To teach 
Madeline Mann to appreciate 
Jimmy Dean. 



PATRICIA HOGE . . . Chat- 
tanooga, Tennessee . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Practi- 
cal Arts Club; Samovar Club; 
"Don't talk to me when I get 
up in the morning." Ambition: 
To go to Newcomb and become 
a psychologist. 




JO JO HOWARD . . . Mobile, 
Alabama . . . Delta Alpha Sig- 
ma; Dance League; Jet Mask- 
ers; Practical Arts Club; 
"What's your problem?" Ambi- 
tion: To graduate from West 
Point. 



MALINDA HOWELL . . . 

Cartersville, Georgia . . . Sig- 
ma Psi Iota; Bit and Spur 
Club; Jet Maskers; "Oh Gosh." 
Ambition: Get out of school. 



ANN JENKINS . . . New 
Orleans, Louisiana . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Dance League; "I 
love Theodore Bikel!" Ambi- 
tion: To blow the candle out. 




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Sophomores 




JANE ELIZABETH JEN- 
NINGS . . . Hutchinson, 
Kansas . . . Delta Chi Sigma; 
Fashion Show Model; Jet 
Maskers; Practical Arts Club; 
Samovar Club; "Jayminy!" 
Ambition: To be an interior 
decorator. 




FRANCY KENNAUGH . . . 
Taos, New Mexico . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Samovar Club; "Don't think 
twice, it's alright." Ambition: 
To be a mama of monkeys. 



KAREN LOUISE LIMM- 
ROTH . . . Mobile, Alabama 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Dance 
League ; Romance Language 
Club; "Mama Phillips, I didn't 
do it!" Ambition: To marry a 
millionaire. 




KAY LITTLE . . . Ocilla, 
Georgia . . . High School Chap- 
lain; Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Mask- 
ers; Romance Language Club; 
"I'm goin' home!" Ambition: 
To marry a millionaire. 



MARGARET ANN LOESCH 
. . . Pass Christian, Mississippi 
. . . Sigma Psi Iota; Beta Club; 
Coast Club; Glee Club, His- 
torian ; Romance Language 
Club; "Oh, No!" Ambition: 
Language Intrepeter. 



JANICE MALONE LOFTIN 
. . . Manchester, Georgia . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; 
"Take me home to Georgia." 
Ambition: To party in Paris, 
swing in Switzerland, and mar- 
ry in Manchester. 




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Sophomores 




CANDY LYNCH . . . Biloxi, 
Mississippi . . . High School 
Treasurer; Delta Alpha Sigma; 
Practical Arts Club; Romance 
Language Club; Welcoming 
Committee; "Does anybody 
want some coffee?" Ambition: 
To rebuild Spiders. 



TISH McDERMAID . . . 

Rockford, Illinois . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Dance League; 
Romance Language Club; 
"That is just horrible." Ambi- 
tion: To get enough Italian 
food. 



BARBARA McDONALD . . . 
Venice, Florida . . . Delta 

Alpha Sigma; "Anyone who 
enjoys work can certainly 
have a good time in this place." 
Ambition: Complete my edu- 
cation, get married, and get 
the best out of life. 





MADELINE MANN . . . Ope- 
lika, Alabama . . . Delta Alpha 
Sigma; Dance League; Jet 
Maskers ; Romance Language 
Club; Sea Gull Staff, Assistant 
Sports Editor; Student Council; 
Welcoming Committee; "Oh, 
Hello! It's only you!" Ambi- 
tion: Marry a man who wears 
Gold Cup Socks. 



SANDRA JENE MARLER 
. . . Corpus Christi, Texas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Secretarial 
Science; "A Big Texas Howdy 
to you too!" Ambition: To be 
a good BDB. 




CLAUDIA JILL MEEKS . . . 
Orlando, Florida . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Jet Maskers; "C-h-o-c- 
o-late" Ambition: To always 
stay happy and help make 
others happy. 




Sophomores 




GEORGIA ANN MOON . . . 
Gadsden, Alabama . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Fashion Show 
Model; "Auburn beat 'Bama!" 
Ambition: To live in Rome 
and do as the Romans do. 





DIANE NAETER . . . Cape 

Girardeau, Missouri . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota: Jet Maskers; Judiciary 
Board ; Romance Language 
Club; Samovar Club; Welcom- 
ing Committee: "Forget it!" 
Ambition: To go through one 
whole day without S.C. being 
mad at me. 



SANDY PENNINGTON . . . 

Lafollette, Tennessee . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; /Dance League; Jet 
Maskers; "Forget it." Ambi- 
tion: Get through college. 




CHRISTINA MARY PEREZ 
. . . San Antonio, Texas . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; Jet Mask- 
ers; Romance Language Club; 
"Nort Nort." Ambition: To 
marry the long, tall Texan. 





SUZIE RAMSEYER . . . Ko- 

komo, Indiana . . . Sigma Psi 
Iota; Romance Language Club: 
Secretarial Science; "Are you 
ready to go?" Ambition: Water 
ski in the Olympics someday. 



ELIZABETH SAYLE . . . 

Grenada, Mississippi . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma: Jet Maskers; "Life 
without fun isn't worth living." 
Ambition: To enjoy Ole Miss! 




Soph 



omores 






SANDY SHELTON . . . Win- 
ter Park, Florida . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Fashion Show Model; 
Jet Maskers; "Oh . . . nice 
face!" Ambition: To live life! 



SUSAN JANE SHIRLEY . . . 
Mexico, D. F., Mexico . . . 
Delta Alpha Sigma; A. A. 
Board, High School Sports 
Manager; Bit and Spur Club; 
Fashion Show Model; Practical 
Arts Club; Romance Language 
Club; Welcoming Committee; 
"But Mama Phillips — what 
makes you think I short sheeted 
your bed?" Ambition: To find 
Lloyd Hall. 



SANDRA MARIE SORTH 
. . . Mexico City, Mexico . . . 
Sigma Psi Iota, Chaplain; 
Dance League ; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Samovar Club; 
Welcoming Committee; "Are 
you kiddin' me???" Ambition: 
To travel all over the U. S. on 
a motorcycle. 



ELAINE ST. AMANT . . . At- 
more, Alabama . . Delta 

Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts Club; "Good 
luck!" Ambition: To live life 
as one continuous party! 



PAT SUTTLES . . . Birming- 
ham, Alabama . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Beta Club; Bit and 
Spur Club; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; 
Student Council; "Please! 
Shut the door!" Ambition: To 
find someone. 



NANCY TAYLOR . . . Dallas, 
Texas . . . Delta Chi Sigma; 
"You know." Ambition: To 
live the way I want. 




Soph 



omores 






JACQUE PAULA TILLER 

. . . Wichita, Kansas . . . High 
School Sergeant-at-Arms; Delta 
Chi Sigma; Fashion Show 
Model; Glee Club; Romance 
Language Club; Secretarial 
Science; Welcoming Commit- 
tee; "Chuckle, Chuckle!" Am- 
bition: To always be near the 
medical profession. 



KAREN UNDERWOOD'. . . 

Mexico, D. F., Mexico . . . 
Delta Chi Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club; Wel- 
coming Committee; "Viva, 
Viva, el amor." Ambition: To 
be the fat lady in a circus. 



SALLY WELLS . . . Natchi- 
toches, Louisiana . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; 
"Seriously Mama Howie, I'm 
starving." Ambition: To be the 
last of the red-hot R. B.'s. 



LYNDA WILLIAMS ... At- 
lanta. Georgia . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma; Romance Language 
Club; "Don't do today what 
you can put off until tomor- 
row." Ambition: To be a 
Playboy Bunny. 



CAROL KAY WILSON . . . 

Jacksonville, Florida . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; "I believe in a 
place where I can fulfill all my 
hopes and dreams and I intend 
to find it." Ambition: My am- 
bition is to become .... 



TRUDY BON ZWICK . . . 
Houston, Texas . . . High 
School Secretary; Sigma Psi 
Iota; Beta Club; Jet Maskers; 
Secretarial Science; "Just for 
fun." Ambition: To see if 
blonds have more fun. 



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LIBBY ANDERSON . . . Clarksville, Tennessee 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Samovar Club. JOANNE 
BALCOM . . . Mexico City, Mexico . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Romance Language Club. BARBIE 
BASSETT . . . Pass Christian, Mississippi . . . 




Delta Alpha Sigma; Coast Club; Romance Lan- 
guage Club. MELINDA HELEN BRAY . . . 
Paducah, Kentucky . . . Sigma Psi Iota ; Romance 
Language Club; Secretarial Science. DONNA 
LOUISE COLLINS . . . Farmer City, Illinois 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Fashion 
Show Model; Jet Maskers. 





MARSHA GRABB . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Dance League; Fashion Show Model; 
Jet Maskers; Romance Language Club; Secretarial 
Science. SUSAN CRAWFORD . . . West Point, 
Georgia . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club. JEANNIE DAVIS . . . 
Jasper, Alabama . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Bit and 
Spur Club; Samovar Club. MIMI DuPRE . . . 
Frogmore, Louisiana . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Fash- 
ion Show Model; Romance Language Club. 
MARY LEWIS FINLEY . . . Georgetown, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club. 
JEANETTE POPE FORD . . . Gallatin, Ten- 
nessee . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers. 



MARYANNE GAUT . . . Sylacauga, Alabama 
. . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club. 
CHICK GRAFF . . . Carefree, Arizona . . . Delta 
Chi Sigma; Fashion Show Model; Romance Lan- 
guage Club. PATTY GUEST . . . Pass Christian, 
Mississippi . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Beta Club; Coast 
Club. GRETCHEN YOUNGE HALL . . . 
Fernandina Beach, Florida . . . Delta Chi Sigma; 
Romance Language Club. DANA HAMILTON 
. . . Georgetown, Kentucky . . . Delta Alpha 
Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; Romance Language 
Club. 




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PAT HASKINS . . . Maiden, Missouri . . . Sigma 
Psi Iota; Jet Maskers. KAREN KOCH . . . Ocean 
Springs, Mississippi . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Coast 
Club; Samovar Club. JOSEPHINE LAKE . . . 
Grenada, Mississippi . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; 



Romance JLanguage Club. ADAIR LITTLE . . . 
Valdosta. Georgia . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance 
League; Romance Language Club. MELINDA 
PARKER . . Knoxville, Tennessee . . . Delta 
Alpha Sigma; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; 
Romance Language Club; Secretarial Science. 











CATHERINE LEE PATTERSON . . . Atmore, 
Alabama . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Beta Club; Bit and 
Spur Club; Romance Language Club; Secretarial 
Science. PAMELA JANE PERKINS . . . Liggett, 
Kentucky . . . Delta Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur 
Club; Fashion Show Model; Glee Club; Romance 
Language Club. LISA PERRY . . . Mobile, Ala- 
bama . . . Sigma Psi Iota; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language Club; Secretarial Science. REVA KAY 
POTEET . . . Galena, Kansas . . . Delta Alpha 
Sigma. DIANE ELAINE SCHIELE . . . Mexico 
D. F., Mexico . . . Delta Chi Sigma. ALICIA 



STORY . . . Corsicana, Texas . . . Sigma Psi Iota; 
Dance League; Romance Language Club. 



MARY BEA STUART . . . Fort Worth, Texas 
. . . Delta Chi Sigma; Dance League; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language Club. 

SUSAN BRUCE "STU ART . . . Russellville, Ken- 
tucky . . . Delta Alpha Sigma; Romance Lan- 
guage Club; Secretarial Science. ANN A. 
TOWELL . . . Veedersburg, Indiana . . . Delta Chi 
Sigma. ISABEL VON WACHTER . . . Caracas, 
Venezuela . . . Delta Chi Sigma. 




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'Make me a child again just for tonight." 



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"We're trying to get away from that 
finishing school idea." 



When did Lawrence of Arabia get a 
Skipper hat? 



Take it easy, rats, it won't last MUCH longer! 






Gulf Park and Sigma Nu. 
Don't we wish!!! 



The Skippers set sail tor Ship. 



He who laughs last laughs loudest! 




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The May Court 

"A brook to none 

but who remember long. 

This as it will be seen 

is other far 

Than with brooks 

taken otherwhere in song. 

We love the things 

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Indianapolis, Indiana 



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Kingsport, Tennessee 



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Titusvillc, Florida 



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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 



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Scottsdale. Arizona 



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Dallas, Texas 



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Biloxi, Mississippi 




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Atlanta, Georgia 



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Bartow, Florida 



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Danville, Illinois 



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Houma, Louisiana 



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Activities 

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a headless horse. 

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Delta Chi Sigma 



"Delta Chi Heaven" was the theme of the Delta 
Chi's rush party in the Y-Hut. Rushees were 
shown that even the smallest angel could find her 
way into "Delta Chi Heaven" if she really cared 
enough. After running through the Stardust, 
the members of the sorority served their guests 
"pink cloud" cotton candy and lemonade 
for a part of the fun. With hopes held high 
in the clouds the rushees left the Y-Hut. 

At Christmas time the Delta Chis experienced a 

memorable time. They hosted a party in the 

Y-Hut for some of the less fortunate children 

of the Coast. The members were divided 

into groups and each group was given a child 

to buy gifts and toys for. The highlight of 

the party was a skit and a visit from 

Santa — Randy Jones — Claus and his reindeer. 

When it was time for the party to come 

to an end, the Delta Chis found it somewhat hard 

to say goodbye to "their" children. 

The party set off the Christmas spirit for the girls. 




Miss McPeters, Mallory White, Vicki Fry, Julie Myers, Linda Zachman, 
Bet Trask. 



OFFICERS 

MALLORY WHITE President 

VICKI FRY Vice-President 

JULIE MYERS Secretary 

LINDA ZACHMAN Treasurer 

BET TRASK Chaplain 

MISS McPETERS Sponsor 




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Delta Alpha Sigma 



One year — and the members of Delta Alpha 

Sigma look smilingly back to 

the beginning and remember: 

The fall rush tea; everyone was a little nervous, 

but once inside, the time to leave came a little 

too soon, and the memory of the delicious 

cakes and warm friendliness still lingers. 

The Delta Alpha skit, "Cinder - Alpha," 

in which the heroine lived "happily in 

Delta Alpha Land," is something each member 

has been doing ever since. 

Rat Day and formal initiation — neither can be 

forgotten. The tattered pledge ribbons, the 

pink roses, covered with wax, still hang 

on the bulletin board. 

The Tri-Sorority Dance was only the beginning 

of a wonderful year of activities which the 

Delta Alphas will always remember. 




Miss Weddington, Lauren Drake, Sandy Landes, Carol 
Johnson, Dorothy Schermer, Vicki Bradford, Susan 
Shirley. 



OFFICERS 

CAROL JOHNSON President 

SANDY LANDES Vice-President 

VICKI BRADFORD Secretary 

LAUREN DRAKE Treasurer 

SUSAN SHIRLEY Chaplain 

DOROTHY SCHERMER 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

MISS WEDDINGTON Sponsor 




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Sigma Psi Iota 



The Sigma Psi Iota tea, held in the reception 
room of Hardy Hall, provided the first 
opportunity for rushees and actives to mingle in 
a relaxed atmosphere. As the girls entered, 
they were greeted by the new members and led 
to the refreshment table for punch and 
cookies. The rushees were soon made to feel at 
home as they became acquainted with each 
other and with the actives. 

"Sing Along with Sigma Psi" was the theme of 
the party given the rushees. Taking on the 
appearance of a radio station, the 
speech workshop was the scene of beautiful 
singing and amusing comedy acts. Following the 
program, refreshments and conversation were 
enjoyed by both rushees and actives. 
Climaxing an entertaining hour, everyone 
joined in a circle to sing the Sigma Psi song. 




Sandy Sorth, Diane Davidson, Ricki Rogers, Mrs. 
Waters, Anne Berryman, Sue Dillman, Gay Massengill. 



OFFICERS 

ANNE BERRYMAN President 
RICKI ROGERS Vice-President 

DIANE DAVIDSON Secretary 

SUE DILLMAN Treasurer 

SANDY SORTH Chaplain 

GAY MASSENGILL 

Social Chairman 

MRS. WATERS Sponsor 




Sorority 
Snaps 





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OFFICERS 



STULL KING 

VICKI FRY 

SUE CAREY LINDHOLM 

LINDA BASS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




Mrs. James, Stull King, Miss Camp. 



Student Council 



Whenever there is something original, enter- 
taining, and beneficial going on at Gulf Park, the 
Student Council is usually a part of it, for this is 
one of the most active groups on campus. With 
the beginning of the school year the Student 
Council sponsors the Welcoming Committee, a 
group of returning students who do their best to 
help newcomers get adjusted. 

Student Council members worked with the 
president and dean of students to make campus 
life profitable and comfortable for each student. 
This year the council members assisted at 
a Christmas tea given at the president's home, 
decorated a Christmas tree for the reception 
room, and held Peanut Days and Casual Day. 

The Student Council worked diligently to en- 
courage high standards of integrity and re- 
sponsibility for all students, and Miss Camp, the 
council sponsor, was a great help to them in all 
their efforts. 



Standing: Linda Bass, Bet Trask, Miss Camp, Ginger 
Carroll, Madeline Mann. 

Seated: Cary Christian, Stull King, Vicki Fry, Sue 
Carey Lindholm, Pat Suttles. 




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The Judiciary Board was established to en- 
courage students to take pride in their school and 
to honor its rules. Encouraging good citizenship, 
healthy attitudes, and a sense of justice in all 
students are goals of the Judiciary Board. The 
Board tries to create a desire within the student 
for fairness and offers experiences to practice 
justice on and off campus. 

Chosen by the student body, the Board has the 
authority to deal with the infractions of minor 
rules. Dedicated in its purposes, consistent in their 
fulfillment, the Judiciary Board contributes much 
to the character development of students. 




Vicki Fry and Jen Johnston, Judiciary Board Chairmen. 



Judy Nisbet, Diane Davidson, Jen Johnston, Paula Con- 
way, Diane Norsworthy, Vicki Fry, Christi Angelo. 



Judiciary Board 




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Phi Theta Kappa 



OFFICERS 



JULIA BROWNELL 
CHRISTI ANGELO 
VICKI BRADFORD 
DEAN PRICE 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Sponsor 



Dean Price, Christi Angelo, Vicki Bradford and Julia 
Brownell. 



Phi Theta Kappa has long been a national 
fraternity for those students who are outstanding 
both scholastically and in extracurricular activi- 
ties. The purpose of our chapter, Alpha Theta, is 
threefold: to foster leadership, scholarship, and 
the spirit of service; to encourage leadership and 
fellowship among the student body; and to serve 
and promote the best interests of our college. 
Loyal endeavor plus scholastic achievement make 
the women of Phi Theta Kappa a credit to Gulf 
Park. 

To qualify for Phi Theta Kappa, a student must 
be In the upper ten percent of her class, carry a 
minimum of fifteen college hours and participate 
in the varied campus activities. Many useful serv- 
ices have been rendered to Gulf Park by this 
organization. 



Standing: Marsha Kraner, Pam Stokes, Vicki Fry, Diane 
Davidson, Ricki Rogers, Vicki Bradford, Christi Angelo, 
Dean Price, Julia Brownell, Betsy Frank, Julie Myers, 
Susan Hunter, Carole Hulette. Seated: Zelma Mcllwain, 
Martha Rounsaville, Carole Kimsey, Brenda Sturdivant, 
Jane Meisenheimer. 




Beta Club 



OFFICERS 






VIVIAN BLACKLEDGE 




President 


DALE BRACKIN 


Viet 


-President 


LINDA RAE ALLEN 




Secretary 


GINGER CARROLL 




Treasurer 


SUE COLEY 




Chaplain 


MISS BUTLER 




Sponsor 



The Beta Club is a national honor society for 
high school students. Membership is by invitation 
and the honor students of the Beta Club inspire 
other students by encouraging academic achieve- 
ment and good citizenship. 

Under the sponsorship of Miss Butler, the Beta 
Club members achieved another fine record this 
year. 




Standing: Linda Rae Allen, Dale Brackin. Seated: 
Ginger Carroll, Vivian Blackledge, Sue Coley. 




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Sea Gull Staff 



EDITORS 



CHRISTI ANGELO 
BET TRASK 
JULIA BROWNELL 
DIANE NORSWORTHY 
SUSAN CHESNUT 
LAURIE GRAY 
NANCY FELLERS 
NANCY LUMPKIN 
MADELINE MANN 
JULIE MYERS 
CINDY CORNISH 
JANE HUDSON 
JOHNNA ELLIS 
KAREN SCHWAB 
CILE BUBENZER 
PATRICIA FULMER 
LOUISE SKINNER 
VIVIAN BLACKLEDGE 
SUSAN HUNTER 
ZELMA McILWAIN 
MRS. SMITH 



Editor 
Assistant Editor 
Literary Editor 
Assistant Literary Editor 
Club Editor 
Assistant Club Editors 

Sports Editor 

Assistant Sports Editor 

Art Editor 

Assistant Art Editor 

Advertising Manager 

Assistant Advertising Manager 

Typists 



Contributors 



Sponsor 




CHRISTI ANGELO, Editor; BET TRASK, Associate 
Editor. 




"Of all these pictures, WHICH ones should we put in?" 



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The Sea Gull 



Doors open on a small dimly-lighted room in 
the music building. Several girls, looking more 
than a little frantic, stand around a large table. 
"Where is the picture for this page?" "Oh, that's 
been sent to the publisher already. What we need 
is the write-up for this club!" 

This is typical conversation for the Sea Gull 
staff members, who work many hours preparing 
the yearbook. The many editors and assistant 
editors write copy, label pictures, draw cut-lines, 
interview sponsors and officers, rearrange lay-outs, 
contact advertisers, and carry out the other tasks 
necessary to publish a yearbook. 

The work is fun but not always easy, yet it is 
rewarding if these final pages preserve what is 
best in another year of Gulf Park's history. 



Composing a caption! 



An evening of hard work in progress. 



'Now — what can we say about these?" 





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Tammy Howl Staff 

Tammy Howl, Gulf Park's quarterly magazine, 
is of special interest to students, teachers, 
alumnae, and prospective Gulf Park girls and is 
received by all with great enthusiasm. 

Each edition of the magazine contains news of 
the school year, future plans, and activities of 
alumnae. Presented in various journalistic styles 
are the news stories^ feature articles, editorials, 
and a column which serves to remind each girl 
that nothing she does goes completely unnoticed 
by "Minnie Mitchell". 

The Tammy staff members give up many hours 
of "fun in the sun" to produce a superior 
publication. 




Miss Napp, Sponsor; Gay Massengill, Editor. 



EDITORS 



Vicki Fry, Paula Conway, Linda Grubb, Randy Jones, 
Jane Meisenheimer, Diane Davidson; Seated: Gay 
Massengill. 



GAY MASSENGILL 
JANE MEISENHEIMER 
VICKI FRY 
PAULA CONWAY 
RANDY JONES 
LINDA GRUBB 
DIANE DAVIDSON 
LOUISE SKINNER 
NANCY SEABAUGH 
SUE KELLEY 
MISS NAPP 



Editor 

Associate Editor 

Society Editor 

Art Editor 

Sports Editors 

Scholarship Editor 
Typists 



Sponsor 




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Jet Maskers 



Mr. Anderson and Susan Middleton. 

OFFICERS 

SUSAN HUNTER President 

SUSAN MIDDLETON Vice-President 
TONI REED Second Vice-President 

LAURIE BUBB Secretary 

PAM KNIGHT Treasurer 

MISS PICKING Sponsor 

MR. ANDERSON Sponsor 



Under the sponsorship of Miss Picking, the Jet 
Maskers have provided the Gulf Park student 
body, faculty, and many residents of the Coast 
with several highly entertaining productions this 
year. Among them have been The Marriage, 
A Tliurber Carnival and The Grass Harp, 
the latter presented from the treehouse in Friend- 
ship Oak. 

A student need not be an actress to be active in 
this organization. Various members make props, 
paint scenery, work on lighting, practice the pro- 
duction of sound effects, or work on the in- 
dispensable make-up crews. Anyone with initiative, 
interest, and the will to work may participate in 
this organization. 



Standing: Laurie Bubb, Jane Meisenheimer, Mr. Ander- 
son, Susan Hunter, Miss Picking. Seated: Pam Knight, 
Susan Middleton. 




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Aha! Now we know what goes on behind the scenes! 



Jet Maskers 



Of course, in nearly every play there are male 
parts. The actors for these parts may be members 
of the faculty or Coast residents. Members of Jet 
Maskers are quick in acknowledging this contri- 
bution, and out-of-school actors are made to feel 

All eyes on the director for that final pep talk. 




Susan Hunter and Pat Suttles in "A Sunny Morning". 




"Congratulations on a fine performance!" 

that they are a part of the Gulf Park family. 

One may drop into the speech workshop at 
almost any time of the day and find students hard 
at work. The coaching is superior, the work 
is superior, and, always, the end result is superior. 





The lobby is transformed as the grease paint crew goes 
to work. 



Melanie Harbour cant make up her mind in "The 
Marriage". 




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Glee 



Cynthia Ware, Margaret Ann Loesch, Vallerie Baan, 
Diane Davidson, Sandra Stevens, Cherie Tomlinson. 




OFFICERS 

DIANE DAVIDSON 
VALLERIE BAAN 
CYNTHIA WARE 
SANDEE STEVENS 
CHERIE TOMLINSON 
MARGARET ANN LOESCH 
MRS. MAXWELL 



President 
Treasurer 
Librarians 

Social Chairman 

Historian 

Sponsor 



The Gulf Park Glee Club of 1963-64 has proven 
itself capable of performing with the utmost poise 
and ability on any occassion. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Estelle Maxwell, 



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Club 



the group opened its season with the annual 
Christmas program presented to the student body 
and guests in the auditorium. Immediately follow- 
ing this successful performance the members 
began practicing for the National Bankers Con- 
vention, which was held at the Buena Vista Hotel 
in March. Their concluding performance was the 
Spring concert, held in the auditorium for the 
student body, faculty and public. 

Diligent work in many devoted hours of 
practice from each member has made the Glee 
Club one of Gulf Park's most outstanding 
organizations. 



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Karen Schwab, Graciela DeSedas, Cile Bubenzer, Pat 
Fulmer. 




Secretarial Science Club 



OFFICERS 






PATRICIA FULMER 




President 


CILE BUBENZER 


Vict 


'-President 


KAREN SCHWAB 




Secretary 


GRACIELA DESEDAS 




Treasurer 


MISS BROCK 




Sponsor 



Any girl taking secretarial courses at Gulf Park 
may become a member of the Secretarial Science 
Club. A very active group of girls, they sponsor, 
among other events, the annual Spring Fashion 
Show, the Watermelon Party on the pier each 
May, dinners in the Y-Hut, and week-ends at 
Huckleberry Hill. The club is under the sponsor- 
ship of Miss Brock, who has been a great help in 
all endeavors. 




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Paula Treff in the ever popular shift 
is ready for an afternoon of enter- 
taining. 



This threesome would be perfect for 
an afternoon tea. 




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A Chinese touch is added by Mary 
Jane Barrett. 




Presentation of formal attire draws an enchanting 
evening to a close. 





Coast Club 





OFFICERS 






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LUCILLE DANIELS 




President 


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CHARLOTTE FABACHER 


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'-President 


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EMILY GERMANIS 




Secretary 


MAURA COOK 




Treasurer 


MR. TILLMAN 




Sponsor 



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Mr. Tillman, Maura Cook, Emily Germanis, Lucille 
Daniels. 



Through the Coast Club, the day students have 
become a more important part of Gulf Park, and 
through its efforts students who live on campus 
learn more about the Coast. 

The Coast Club has its own lounge where day 
students can be found relaxing between classes. 
An active Student Council Representative from 
the Coast Club keeps the day students informed 
of various school activities. 




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Practical Arts Club 



OFFICERS 

PAULA GWIN President 
MARY JEN JOHNSTON Vice-President 

FRANCES WADDELL Secretary 

SUE COLEY Treasurer 

MISS RAMSEY Sponsors 
MISS BUTLER 



The Practical Arts Club was formed so that 
students taking foods and clothing can learn more 
about the art of home planning. During the 
school year marketing sprees and informative trips 
to New Orleans give the "prospective housewives" 
on the spot training. An abundance of food and 
beautiful decorations reflected the enthusiasm of 
the members at the annual Christmas party, an 
event looked forward to at Gulf Park. In addition 
to the valuable practical experience gained by 
interested students, the Practical Arts Club pro- 
vides an association with others who are also in- 
terested in improving the home. 



Miss Ramsey, Sue Coley, Paula Gwin, Frances Waddell, 
Jen Johnston, Miss Butler. 



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Romance L 



anguage 



Club 



OFFICERS 



SUZY WILLIAMS 
DIANE FULMER 
MRS. AMBLER 
MR. TILLMAN 



President 

Vice-President 

Sponsors 



The Romance Language Club under the co- 
sponsorship of Mrs. Ambler and Mr. Tillman, is 
very successful in affording the members a better 
understanding of the French and Spanish peoples, 
customs and languages. All students interested in 
French and Spanish are urged to become mem- 
bers and participate in the club's activities which 
include programs concerning the various coun- 
tries. Another event this year was the Christmas 
party, which was held in the Y-Hut. All the girls 
had a gay time trying to break the Spanish pinata, 
which was filled with goodies. 

Through its activities members of the Romance 
Language Club are constantly reminded of our 
cultural heritage from France and Spain. 



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Samovar 
Club 



OFFICERS 

JULIE MYERS 
PAULA CONWAY 
GAY MASSENGILL 
CARYN STANG 
JULIA BROWNELL 
MR. WATERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary & Treasurer 

Reporters 

Sponsor 



The Samovar Club here at Gulf Park is of 
special importance as a link with the sophisticated 
world of art. The club derives its name from a 
Samovar which was once used by Miss Sarah K. 
Smith, for whom the Art Studio was named, to 



serve tea to students and guests of Gulf Park. This 
year the organization held a Christmas supper in 
the Y-Hut. During the week of graduation an art 
exhibit, featuring the paintings, drawings, and 
projects of the Samovar members, is held in the 
studio for parents and other visitors. 



The Dance League is a club which is open to 
dance students and anyone else with interest, apti- 
tude, and a pair of leotards. 

The purpose of the Dance League is to promote 
an interest in dancing through public and school 
performances. Sharing the love of the dance and 
the desire to share it with others, the Dance 



League has become one of the most successful 
organizations on campus. 

Under the direction of Miss Weddington, who 
has promoted much of the enthusiasm, the mem- 
bers have shared their talents with the students 
and faculty of Gulf Park and have had the 
privilege of entertaining various groups along the 
Coast. 




Dance League 



OFFICERS 



SHERYL HARPE 
SUSAN HUNTER 
PHYLLIS FRIOU 
PAULA GWIN 
SHERRIN DAWLEY 
MISS WEDDINGTON 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurers 

Sponsor 



Welcoming 
Committee 




"Is that Friendship Oak? It's so huge!" . . . 
"What's wrong with the new dorm?" . . . "We'll 
be living in a motel with a television and a swim- 
ming pool?" 

These were some typical questions the Welcom- 
ing Committee was asked at the beginning of the 
year, and each smiling face and enthusiastic reply 
let every new student know that she was now a 
"Gulf Park Girl." 



The Welcoming Committee has the distinction 
of being the first group on campus each fall. Its 
members arrive three or four days early to be 
ready to greet each new girl and make her feel at 
home at Gulf Park. 

The activities are not limited to the beginning 
of the year, however, for the members are busy all 
year greeting Gulf Park's visitors with a cheery, 
"Welcome to Gulf Park." 



Gulf Park students often feel a need to discuss 
their thoughts openly and among friends. An op- 
portunity for just this type of discussion is pro- 
vided by We Moderns. This cannot accurately be 
called an organization, for it is open to anyone at 
any time, and attendance at meetings is not re- 
quired. With Miss Brock as their sponsor, the girls 
who attend the meetings concern themselves with 



current problems. Discussions are frank and 
uncensored. 

When the weather permits the girls meet on the 
beach; at other times they meet in the Y - Hut. 
Often students are chosen to lead the discussions 
where stimulating and thought-provoking topics 
are presented. 



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Athletics 



"But this we know, 

the obstacle that checked 

And tripped the body, 

shot the spirit on 

Further than target 

ever showed or shone." 




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Linda Bass, Ernie Wilhoit, Miss Eason, Penny Terry, Bet Trask. 



Back Row: Sue Carey Lindholm, Bet Trask, Penny Terry, Susan 
Shirley, Linda Bass, Vicki Bradford. Front Row: Miss Eason, 
Penny Lindenberg, Ernie Wilhoit, Mallory White, Jen Johnston, 
Linda Grubb. 




Athletic 




Association 




OFFICERS 




PENNY TERRY 


President 


BET TRASK 


Vice-President 


ERNESTINE WILHOIT 


Secretary 


LINDA BASS 


Treasurer 


MISS McPETERS 


Sponsor 



In terms of popularity and diversifica- 
tion of activities and projects, one of the 
most outstanding and utilitarian clubs at 
Gulf Park College is the Athletic Associa- 
tion, which is open to all students. It is 
under the jurisdiction of the A. A. Board, 
which is made up of representatives 
elected from each class, officers, and man- 
agers for each of the different sports. The 
inter-class tournaments for the goat, held 
each year, are a project of the A. A. 
These include such varied sports as volley- 
ball, basketball, tennis, and softball. The 
exhuberant team spirit that is so vividly 
demonstrated throughout the mounting 
excitement of the tournaments aids in the 
development of a keen sense of competi- 
tion and an ardent desire to excel. 

The annual Mardi Gras Ball, which is 
held under the joint sponsorship of the 
A. A. and the Bit and Spur Club, is one 
of the most momentous of the yearly 
projects. It is a much-anticipated event 
of the school year, which all students may 
enjoy. Among the many other activities of 
the A.A. are the long-remembered trips 
to Huckleberry Hill, twilight beach sup- 
pers around a flickering fire, and Sing 
Song. The most important activity of this 
club, however, is the fostering of good 
sportsmanship and a love of sports. This 
contribution is made possible by provid- 
ing every girl with the opportunity either 
to take an active part in a sport or 
to cheer her team to victory. 



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Anne Bell, Stull King, Ginger Carroll, Linda Zachman, 
Penny Terry, Paula Treff, Norma Nicholson, Phyllis 
Friou, Anne Berryman. 



Mardi 



Atheson Queen, Penny 
Terry. 



Bit and Spur Queen, Vicki 
Bradford. 



Virginia Wilson, Pamela Stokes, Paula Conway, Judy 
Shafer, Ruthie DuPre, Cindy Cornish, Elaine Estes, 
Susan Shirley. 





Mallory leads Delta Chi to large group victory. 




Sorority 



The glaring spotlights . . . the alert eyes . . . the 
eager voices . . . the silent comparisons . . . the 
endless wait . . . the nervous, excited impromptu 
singing . . . the unbearable tension mounting 
minute by minute . . . the flooding sense of relief 
and accomplishment . . . the sweet, lingering 
scents of victory . . . the spirit of determination to 
do better next time . . . Sorority Sing, '64. 

February 19 marked the date of the first 
Sorority Sing to be held at Gulf Park College. 
This event replaced the Sing Song activities 
previously held as a competition among the 
classes and initiated the first of a number of events 
in sorority competition for a trophy to be given 
to the Best Sorority of the Year. Several weeks 
before the event was to take place, each of the 
three sororities held numerous meetings to choose 
a theme, musical selections, and attire. Then the 
endless practice sessions began. That evening each 
sorority was represented by a large group com- 
posed of every member and a small group consist- 
ing of the better singers. 

Directed by Vicki Bradford, the Delta Alpha 
large group, attired in black dresses with white ac- 



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Sigma Psi takes small group prize with "Basin Street 
Blues." 



Sing 



cessories, sang "Swanee" and "Summertime". The 
small group delivered a fine rendition of "That 
Lucky OF Sun 1 ' to complete the Delta Alpha 
theme of summertime. 

The large group of Sigma Psi, who chose to sing 
the blues, entertained with "Lazy River" and 
"Birth of the Blues." Costumed in white dresses 
accented with blue notes, they were led by Nancy 
Jo Burns. "Basin Street Blues" was the selection 
of the small group. 

Dressed in blue skirts, white blouses, and red 
sashes, the members of Delta Chi, ably led by Mal- 
lory White, sang patriotic numbers, "This Is My 
Country" and "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor". 
The small group delivered a "Boys' Name Medley". 

After several songs were sung fervently by the 
student body as it awaited the decisions of the 
judges, the winners were announced by President 
James. First, second, and third places in the small 
group competition went to Sigma Psi, Delta Chi, 
and Delta Alpha, respectively. Delta Chi was pro- 
claimed winner of the first place in the large 
group competition, with Sigma Psi receiving sec- 
ond place and Delta Alpha third. 




Song leaders with their trophies. 



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Slide, Suckey! 



Now really, Lauren! 



Softball 



Spring has come and with it comes the 
reassuring "whack!" as the bat meets ball 
in the final tournament for the much- 
coveted "goat." Softball comes in May to 
Gulf Park and is the last and hardest- 
fought tournament of all because it is the 
final chance for the three classes to win 
that goat. Classes unite in this last effort 
to capture and keep the goat until next 
fall. Spirit runs high as those who have 
lost in volleyball and basketball eagerly 
await this chance to challenge the other 
classes. So as spring comes, class spirit 
reaches a new high as juniors, seniors, 
and the high school all fight their hardest 
to "Get that goat." 



Have you got it, Bowling Green? 




Basketball 



Among the many sports at Gulf Park, 
basketball ranks as a favorite. Participa- 
tion in basketball is high in regular 
physical education classes and also in the 
tournament games. 

For the annual basketball tournament, 
held in March, the players were carefully 
selected in a series of competitions, and 
the class teams practiced many weeks for 
the tournament games. 

Excitement and apprehension mounted, 
fans and spirit increased as the tourna- 
ment progressed. Though the final game 
was held the day before Spring Holidays 
began, attendance was at a peak. For the 
Seniors it was a day of victory and they 
won His Majesty, the Goat. Proving that 
sportsmanship reigns at Gulf Park, the 
juniors extended congratulations to the 
triumphant seniors and all left the court 
with the memory of a game well-played, 
well-enjoyed. 



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Volleyball 



CAPTAINS 

CINDY WINTERMUTE Senior 

FRANCES WADDELL Junior 

JUDY NISBET 
ANN TOWELL High School 

The tempo of class spirit ran high as 
the time for the volleyball tournament 
came. Old students explained the mean- 
ing of the "goat" to those who didn't 
know, and class cheers and songs resound- 
ed in the smokers and halls. The day 
finally arrived. Everyone marched out to 
the volleyball court with high spirits and 
cheering voices. First the high school 
played the juniors and, much to their dis- 
appointment, lost. Then the juniors met 
the seniors in a hard-fought game. The 
juniors won and marched triumphantly 
into the dining room that evening to get 
the spoils of their victory — the precious 
goat. 




Seniors score Again! 



One, two, three — One, two, three. 



Swimming 



Swimming is a competitive sport and 
the victorious class gains possession of the 
goat. 

Any girl is eligible to try out for the 
team, but she must be able to give much 
of her free time to practicing for the 
events. The best swimmers in each class 
are chosen to compete in the various 
events. 

All races are twenty-five meter, consist- 
ing of free style, back stroke, and breast 
stroke divisions. In the medley competi- 
tion swimmers use all three of these styles. 
Other divisions include diving and the 
novelties event. 




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Tennis 



The tennis tournament begins with play 
offs between the various classes. Players 
are allowed to play in both the doubles 
and the singles divisions. The real compe- 
tition begins with the events between 
seniors, juniors, and high school teams. 
Points are given for each game won in 
each division and the class which compiles 
the most points victoriously marches 
away with the goat. 



!(HJ 



Sue scores again! 



Bowling 



Bowling is held off campus at Gulf Park Lanes, 
the classroom for both the advanced and beginning 
bowlers. The advanced class plays as many games 



as possible within the two hour class period. 
Beginners first learn the fundamentals of the 
game, such as score-keeping, naming the pins, the 
correct stance and approach and then they apply 
these fundamentals in play. 



Four strikes in a row? 




Careful — don't splash the camera! 



The Aquettes take a break from practice to pose on the 
high dive. 




Aquettes 



The Aquettes practice and perform precise and 
synchronized swimming skills in all types of 
weather to maintain their celebrated perfection. 
Not only the Gulf Park pool, but those at the 
Broadwater and Buena Vista have been the scenes 
of the entertaining water ballet performances. 

The Aquettes are ably directed by Miss 
Weddington. 



Then there is always the task of staying above water. 



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Bit and Spur Club 



Standing: Cherry Rousse, Vicki Lynn Thompson. 
Seated: Tootsie Waddell, Vicki Bradford, Fran Eckert, 
Judy Shafer. 




OFFICERS 

VICKI BRADFORD 
JUDY SHAFER 
FRAN ECKERT 
FRANCES WADDELL 
VICKI LYNN THOMPSON 
CHERRY ROUSSE 
MISS DUKES 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Reporter 

Sponsor 



The Bit and Spur Club is quite an active organi- 
zation on the Gulf Park campus. Keeping with the 
tradition, the Bit and Spur initiates carried their 
horseshoes and wore their black and blue ribbons 
everywhere. After initiation the new members were 
entertained at a beach supper. 

Some of the outstanding events of the Bit and 
Spur were the horse shows that they presented. 
Gymkhana, held in Mobile, Alabama, consisted 
of fun and games on horseback. The participants 
were involved in egg races, balloon bursting, 
musical chairs, and relays. The Bit and Spur Club 
climaxed their year with the Commencement 
Horse Show in which the contestants competed 
for ribbons and trophies. 

Another outstanding event of the year is the 
Mardi Gras Ball in February, which the Bit and 
Spur co-sponsors with the Athletic Association. 



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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!!! 




Groomsmen brushed the horse — what happened to 

vol."? 




That winning style. 



"Put your left foot out. 





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Senior volleyball team. 



Athletics 



Swimmers in the Gulf as well as the 
pool. 





The winning team! 





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Meanwhile, back at the motel. 



Volleyball— Basketball ???? 







^jfu^U 



The juniors go marching in and the Seniors sit with 
their fingers crossed!!! 





Yea, Navy!!! 





'Whatcha doin' little pru-in?" 



"He's my good rockin' Daddy.' 




i5" 





"What a wonderful feeling to share our good fortune!" 



"How do you do, Dean Price, I'm Taney 
Naylor, er — hee, hee." 



Candid Campus 



"How did we come to meet pal . . ." 





Campus Snaps 



"But of course I'll help you with your luggage 
TODAY." 



"Mallory, would you please step up to receive your 
award for the Best Dressed of the Week." 




A*I*R R*A*I*D!!! 





"You get 'em from the peanut man." 



"Oh, it's a Western not an English saddle!" 



The Philharmonic Club — new on campus. 





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"Congratulations! " 



"My skim milk diet makes me so tired — Snore 



Typical Treasures, y 64 



Cornish!!! Don't light that fuse . . . Bye, Julie!!! 





The seventh dwarf missed out because she wore Weejuns! 





You REALLY don't know your names???? 



Dining and dancing, what more could we ask for? 




And like this year, it was all too soon gone. 




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'The woods are lovely, dark and deep. 

But I have promises to keep, 

And miles to go before I sleep, 

And miles to go before I sleep." 




158 




We thank Holt, Rinehart and 
Winston, Inc. for permission to 
use the quotations from The Poems 
of Robert Frost, copyright, 1946, 
by Random House, Inc. 



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(/ THE Jtes" STORES F' S ^^T GULFPORT, MISS. 


ZJke /s ex all ^)tore 


-X 


Fourteenth Street 


and 


Hardy Court Shopping Center 


Phone UN 3-5133 


UN 4-1991 





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NATURAL GAS . . . 

The Fuel of the Future for People With a 

Future 

Throughout The Gulf South, Natural Gas Is 
First Choice in Home and Industry 




OF GULFPORT 



For that different Look 



Sportswear — Ready-to- Wear — Accessories 



Fountain Service 



Fine Cosmetics 




Triplett-Day; 



Long Beach 



Gulfport 



c6i 



WELCOME TO GULFPORT 

AND THE 
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST 

May Your Stay Here Be Pleasant 
and Profitable 

GULFPORT CHAMBER OF 
COMMERCE 




arwaL 



GU&POKT MI$S 



Invites YOU 

to visit the Coast's most 

exotic gift and accessory shop 

YOUR HOSTESS— MARY JO STERNBERG 




mOrnm 



Deliso Debs for Women Bostonians for Men 

Gulfport's Exclusive Shop for Men and 
Women 



It is ou'r sincere wish that the school year 

1961-62 will ever be a part of your most 

cherished memories. 

LONG BEACH DRUG CO. 



We Deliver 



Phone UN 3-4691 



863-0972 



Gulfport, Miss. 



THE OFFICE SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

OFFICE SUPPLIES— ADDING MACHINES 

OFFIC5 EQUIPMENT— TYPEWRITERS 

Complete Office Outfitters and Printers 

Sales — Service — Rentals — Leases 

Phone 863-3325 Corner 14th St. & 27th Ave. 

GULFPORT, MISS. 



STEWART-SNEED-HEWES 

Incorporated 

INSURANCE AND BONDS 

Insure and Be Sure 

I4I5-A 25th Avenue Phone UN 3-5373 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



RAOUL'S RESTAURANT 

The Newest in Gulfport 



Next to Paramount Theater 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

COAST FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 

1239 29th Street Gulfport, Miss. 

Phone UN 3-5262 



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THE 

DIXIE PRESS 

Engraved Calling Cards 
Invitations — Informals 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 


RCA VICTOR 

Television-Radios-Phonographs-Records 

Sales and Service 

Complete Record Dept. 

OBERLIES 

2320 14th Street 2114 25th Street 
(Hatten Building) (Pass Road) 
UN 3-8104 UN 3-0191 

GULFPORT 


GULFPORT PRINTING 
COMPANY 

MRS. RALPH E. BRASH, Manager 

GOOD PRINTING AT A FAIR PRICE 

Phone UN 4-1 131 Gulfport, Miss. 


PALMER 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Hatten Building 
Suite 313 

• 
PHONE UN 3-8172 GULFPORT, MISS. 


LORAINE FLOWER SHOPS 

"Coast's Leading Florist for Three 
Generations" 

GULFPORT PASS CHRISTIAN 
PHONE UN 3-3753 PHONE GL 2-221 1 

BAY ST. LOUIS 
PHONE HO 7-4432 

Free Delivery To All Parts Of Coast 

BILL ADAMS. JR., Proprietor 


P. O. Box 753 Phone UN 3-6192 

COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

HARDY'S INDEPENDENT 
MEATS 

R. H. HARDY, Proprietor 
Hotel — Restaurant — Institution 

29th AVENUE— GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 


GET IT FROM 
SMITH-TODD HARDWARE CO. 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
Phone UN 3-8371 


With Our Compliments to 
Gulf Park College 

Whom We Have the Pleasure of Serving 

H. T. COTTAM COMPANY 

Wholesale Grocers 

PHONE UN 3-4552 GULFPORT, MISS. 



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You are always welcome at the "Gulf Coast's Fashion Center" 




A Complete Shop for Women and Junior Misses 

2400 Fourteenth Street 
GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Your best investment for the future is GOOD HEALTH. For health, 
a long happy life and beauty, drink Borden's milk regularly. 

Nothing is more refreshing and nourishing than Borden's smooth ice 
cream and sherbet. It's so wholesome, pure and good. 



/3cnfott/$ 

Homogenized Vitamin D Milk 

Lady Borden Ice Cream 

Remember — If It's BORDEN'S It's Got To Be Good 

SERVING SOUTH MISSISSIPPI 

Phone Biloxi Dial IDIewood 2-7856 



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GULFPORT LAUNDRY & CLEANING CO. 

A Modern Up-to-Date Plant 

YOUR LAUNDRY, DRY CLEANING, DYEING, RUG CLEANING 
IS SAFE IN OUR HANDS 

We Store Rugs and Clothing 

WE SERVE GULF PARK COLLEGE 

1316-20 Thirtieth Avenue Phone UN 3-7272— UN 3-7273 Gulfport, Miss. 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 





JAY JAY 
: -EVROLET-BUICK CO., IMC. 



CHEVBOUt 




GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
Phone UN 4-1075 



Bui 



uic 




i6 5 



M. SALLOUM DEPT. STORE 

AND 

M. SALLOUM'S TOGGERY 



Best of Everything for the Entire Family 



PHONES UN 4-1837 
UN 3-5426 



PARK AND EAT 

AT 

SIMMONS DRIVE IN 

Highway 90 At Gulfport 

"Happy Eatin' " 

UN 3-8312 




***. 



J** 1 !!.., _ 



On the Gulf Coast— It's 
still Hotel Markham 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 

For Reservations, Write 

HOTEL MARKHAM 



166 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

MISSISSIPPI ABSTRACT TITLE 
& GUARANTY COMPANY 

Phone UN 3-5252 Gulfport, Miss. 


IMPORTER 

diotiq. JOmg, 

Jaifouul £Ioth£A. 

AND 

tfUduJww iRfLtiLawianJL 

Located on U.S. Hwy. 90 

between Gulfport and Biloxi at 

Mississippi City, Miss. Phone Gulfport d 64- 1871 




Nothing 
Does it Like 

Seven-Up!! 

tnd Dr. Pepper 
ing Company 




■ ^tUT" ' m 


PETE'S ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Carburetion — Ignition — Speedometers 

Batteries 

Specialized Auto Parts and Service 


7-Up < 
Bott 


1900 25th Avenue Phone UN 3-5672 
GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



STONE ICE CREAM COMPANY 



Phone UN 3-2575 



2215 Fourteenth St. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

ANGELOS 



Gulfport, Mississippi 



3206 West Beach— Highway 90 



Phone: UN 3-9396 



l€ 7 




BAY ST. LOUIS • GULFPORT • PASS CHRISTIAN 



LONG BEACH • MISSISSIPPI CITY • PASS ROAD, GULFPORT 



MTO 



thrive KJn ^ynrift 




Long Beach 



SERVING THE MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST SINCE 1899 



STRENGTH 



STABILITY 



INTEGRITY 



MEMBER FDIC 






-.1 




•*■ 




THE 



BIZpADJimZll BEACH 

HOTEL AND GOLF CLUB 



ON THE GULF • B/LOJC/, MJSS/SS/Rf*/ 




•OIK" » A KIOIlTtmo T*AOCMARK 



Coke 

puts sparkle 
in your 
party! 



DRINK 



(mm(S 



Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by 




cca 




:OAST KZ^S^VVUif BOTTLING CO., INC. 

GULFPORT 



29th Ave. and 1 3th St. 



Phone UN 4-1122 



l 7 o 




J. C. CLOWER FURNITURE CO. 



On The Gulf Coast Since 1894 



Gulfport, Mississippi 



FOR FINANCIAL SERVICE 
SMART STUDENTS CHOOSE 



V** 6 "**^, 




Member: Federal Reserve System. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



J 7 J 



HATEM'S TEXACO SERVICE 

100 E. Beach Long Beach 

UN 3-8133 



GULF PAINT & GLASS 
CO., INC. 

Gulfport, Mississippi 
We Serve Gulf Park— Why Not You? 

Phone UN 3-4032 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 




2414 14th Street • Gulfport. Miss 



H U B E R 




/ 
cwelers 



Paramount Theatre Bldg. Gulfport, Miss. 



2419 FOURTEENTH STREET. GULFPORT, MISS. 
PHONE UN 4-1951 JOSEPH HUBER 



Webster & Kinberger 

HOUSE OF SEAFOOD 

Specializing in fried seafood 
and delicious gumbo 

West Pier 



BRUMFIELD'S 

Walgreen Agency Drug Store 

Phone UN 3-5042 



Jheri's 

lOlO PASS Road UN 3-6048 

Gulfport. miss. 



Compliments of 

GATES, CARTER & CO. 

INCORPORATED 

Serving the Gulf Coast With Investment 

Securities Since 1932 



CARTER GERALD TRAVEL 
BUREAU 

Authorized Travel Agency 

Phone 863-5893 
Markham Hotel Gulfport, Miss. 



JOSEPH K. FASOLD 

Jeweler 
Fine Jewelry Since 1917 

2412 14th Street Gulfport 



Compliments of 

MAXWELL'S OFFICE SUPPLY 

2505 14 Street 



dtoffljh 



The Fashion 
Post on the 
Gulf Coast 

Gulfport 



JACKSON & TAYLOR 

General Insurance 

303 25th Avenue 205 Kremer Building 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Complime 



nts of joiwef itot»OHer 

Oiuw, 

1205 25th Ave. FABRIC SHOP Ph. UN 3-9941 



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YOUR HOSPITALITY HOTELS 

OF THE 

GULF COAST 

EDGEWATER GULF HOTEL 

Edgewater Park 

(Biloxi P.O.), Mississippi 

SUN-N-SAND MOTOR HOTEL 
Biloxi, Mississippi 

MARKHAM HOTEL 
Gulfport, Mississippi 

REGINALD G. NEFZGER 

Vice President 

Hotel Division of W. L. Holcomb & Associates, Inc. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

GLENBROOK 
LABORATORIES 

Division of Sterling Drug Inc. 

Manufacturers of 
PHILLIPS' Milk of Magnesia 

Phone UN 3-1702 

Gulfport, Mississippi 



ANDERSON'S 

South Mississippi's Most Modern 
Men's Store 



DOBBS HATS INTERWOVEN SOCKS 
FLORSHEIM JANTZEN 



SHOES 



SOCIETY BRAND 



MANHATTAN CLOTHES 

SHIRTS 



If It's To Be Had In Men's Wear You Will 
Find It At 



ANDERSON'S 

"Style Store of the Coast" 



Fourteenth Street 



Gulfport 



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AUSTIN'S STYLE CENTER 

Women's Apparel 

2406 14th Street Gulfport 


PEPSI COLA 
BOTTLING CO. 

GULFPORT, MISS. 


Compliments of 

MR. E. T. RIEMANN 


POWDER PUFF BEAUTY 
SALON 

1427 24th Ave. Phone UN 4-1682 
Complete beauty service 


Enjoy your visit to the Coast at the 

STARDUST MOTEL 

West Beach Long Beach 


CARDINAL FLOWER SHOP 

1723 Twenty-fifth Avenue 

Gulfport, Mississippi 

UN 4-1281 


Compliments of 

CROWN COLONY SHOP 

Mississippi City Mississippi 


ENGLISH VILLAGE TOURIST 
COTTAGES 

One Block East of Gulf Parle 

Recommended and Patronized by Patrons of 

Gulf Park College 

PHONE UN 3-2348 


Welcome Gulf Park families 

GULF PALMS 

Motel and Restaurant 

E. Beach Pass Christian 


CROOK & EMERSON 

Certified Public Accountants 

Dixie Towers 
MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 


Compliments of 

ELMER'S 

Men's Shop and Oxford Shop 

2509 13th Street 


IRofAL 

Jewelers 

1301 26th Ave. Gulfport, Miss. 


the 

SAND 

THEATRE 


BIRD FIRE AND SAFETY 
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

Biloxi Phone 432-2280 


Welcomes Gulf Park students 

261 1 13th Street Gulfport 


First Quality Merchandise at Discount Prices 

TNT 

Toys — Tackle — Sporting Goods 

1207 25rh Ave. Phone 864-2560 
GULFPORT 



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Compliments of 

ORKIN EXTERMINATING 
COMPANY, INC. 

UN 3-8472 
4104-A W. Beach Gulfport, Miss. 



Compliments of 

BUSCH'S 
KREDIT JEWELERS 

2503 13th Street 
GULFPORT, MISS. 



Compliments of 

BRUMFIELD'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

1310 25th Avenue Gulfport 

Phone 863-4842 



BRANDON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Incorporated 

INSURANCE AND BONDS 



PHONE UN 3-8391 



GULFPORT. MISS. 



GULFPORT PAPER 
COMPANY 

3019 Fifteenth Street 

UN 3-8031 



64M 



v^ 



I / 340 COURTHOUSE RD. 

MISSISSIPPI CITY, MISSISSIPPI 





vVelcom e 
Squill 



CONFEDERATE INN 

Restaurant — Motel 
Dial UN 3-6565 

"Where the five flags fly" 
2300 Beach Dr. Miss. City 



PAINE SUPPLY CO. 

Pipe — Valves — Fittings 

Plumbing, Heating, Refrigeration, 

Well Supplies 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



'75 



PARADISE POINT RESTAURANT 

Highway 90 Miss. City 

UN 3-9429 



K^omp ilm en 16 of 

MOODY'S MOTEL 



3318 West Beach 
Phone UN 4-1381 



U.S. Highway 90 
Gulfport, Mississippi 



Pa-Ln.zi. Our UtoftUok 




Large enough to serve you . 



BENSON PRINTING CO., Nashville 



. . Not too large to know you 



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